True stories of how yoga transforms ageing
Author: Kathy Arthurson
ISBN: 978-0-6486802 - 4 - 6
No. of pages: 210
YOGA YEARS is a must-read for anyone interested in living a happy, healthy and contented life.
The nine delightful yoga teachers featured in this collection will enliven your knowledge about the life changing benefits of yoga. The youngest is 66, the oldest 95, and they all still practise yoga – collectively they have over four hundred years’ worth of wisdom to share.
If you were a child in the 1970s you may recall one of the contributors, Bette Calman (now 93) demonstrating yoga on Australian day-time television. Bette was awe-inspiring then, and still is today, practising poses with glamour and ease.
This book is not a yoga instruction manual, but the women here do share much-loved practices for optimising health and ‘making you feel just amazing’.
They will take you on their own humorous, heartfelt, intimate life journeys with yoga and offer answers to the many questions you might have about the yogic lifestyle.
What people are saying about this book:
‘A real-life over fear approach to ageing in the 21st century. A must-read for all, especially women looking to age with grace, natural beauty, and the belief in their limitless potential regardless of age.’ Brynne Caleda, M.Ed., eRYT, CEO Yoga Ed.
‘Telling stories is a powerful way of letting the world know about our experiences. This book by Kathy Arthurson tells stories about people and their journey through yoga. It is encouraging, uplifting and inspiring. I dare anyone to read it and not feel compelled to try yoga!’ Professor John Coveney, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Flinders University of SA.