THE POWER TO TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE IS IN YOUR HANDS
Yoga hand movements (called mudras) tap into abundant healing, balancing, and energizing powers. Our bodies contain 72,000 pulsing electric energy currents; keeping that energy flowing powerfully throughout the body is the key to our well-being. The simple three-minute practices introduced in this book will enable you to balance that flow–to redirect, recharge, and stimulate brain centers, nerves, and organs, according to your need; to discover the pleasure of being the natural you.
The acknowledged master of this ancient practice is certified yoga therapist Sabrina Mesko. She created this book especially for women, providing brilliantly clear and beautifully illustrated instruction’s for the performance of seventy-nine powerful exercises, specifically organized to help women feel better, look better, and reclaim their feminine essence. She includes mudras for
- Emotional balance
- Sexual empowerment
- Computer related health problems
- Facing fear
- Overcoming anxiety
- Higher consciousness
- Better communication
- Stronger character
The author’s expert recommendations for appropriate breathing exercises, visualizations, mantras, and affirmations reinforce the potency of each mudra. In less than ten minutes a day, you can permanently redirect your life and dramatically improve its quality. No previous experience with yoga is needed. If you can move your arms and hands you can use these ancient practices to transform your life.
Sabrina Mesko, Eastern trained but Western-based, completed an intensive four-year study of yoga teachings with world-renowned masters, one of whom entrusted her with bringing the sacred mudra techniques to the West. Sabrina graduated with honors from the internationally known Yoga College of India and became a certified yoga therapist. She holds a bachelors degree in sensory approaches to healing, a masters in holistic science, and a doctorate in ancient and modern approaches to healing from the American Institute of Holistic Theology. Her Web site address is www.artofyoga.com
About The Author
Estérelle Payany is a culinary journalist for women’s magazines and author of several cook books.
Jean-François Martin’s illustrations have appeared in The New York Times, Time, The Los Angeles Times, The Progressive, The Washington Post, The Guardian, and Le Monde. He has illustrated numerous children’s books, including Little Red Riding Hood and Marie Aubinais’ The Farm, The Sea, The Jungle, and Birds (Abbeville Kids).
"ghoulishly fun cookbook" Babble.com "This book is a delicious tribute to our favorite, literary villains. Fans of murder tales will enjoy the pairing of their favorite characters with a representative recipe as well as the vintage-looking illustrations that accompany each character." About.com
Number Of Pages: 144
Published: 1st October 2010
Publisher: Editions Flammarion
Country of Publication: FR
Dimensions (cm): 25.5 x 13.3 x 1.7
Weight (kg): 0.61
Edition Number: 1