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The sixty poems in this book are windows into the mind/body/spirit experiences that come about through yoga practice. Each poem is named for a posture or breath exercise and is inspired by the physical properties of the pose or some aspect of breathing that led the poet to deeper understanding. Listening to these poems read aloud, or contemplating them on one’s own, will h
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Paperback, 128 pages
Published September 1st 2006 by Stone Bridge Press (first published May 1st 2000)
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Karin
Dec 31, 2010 Karin rated it it was amazing
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LOVE IT.
Admire her beautiful use of language. I will read these poems in my yoga classes for 2011.
Gwen Hurd
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awesome resource for yoga teachers! perfect little bits to read during class.
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Jan 21, 2014 Hillary rated it it was amazing
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An excellent read with beautiful, simple illustrations. Words connect seamlessly to the poses and that place within. Perfect for sharing with yoga class.
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great to read at the start of class or the end!
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Du yoème pour mon cœur-chrysanthème.
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I'm a California girl living in Tokyo, where I write and run a yoga studio. For over two decades, I've been charting my quest in twenty books in many genres. I hope I'm just getting started.

I’m interested in ideas of identity and history. How is culture shaped, and how are we shaped by it? All of my books deal with notions of finding home.

"Up from the Sea," my debut Young Adult novel in verse abou
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