Item description for Breath: The Essence of Yoga by Sandra Sabatini, Jan Heron & Chloe Fremantle...
Sandra Sabatini'ss Breath is full of insights and images, distilled from her yoga classes, to help you learn how to listen to the breath and how to approach some simple positions. Whether you are a complete beginner or already practice yoga, these subtle, gentle suggestions can guide you naturally to a deeper appreciation of the essence of yoga.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.65" Width: 7.9" Height: 8.25" Weight: 1.05 lbs.
Release Date Jun 15, 2007
Publisher Pinter & Martin Ltd
ISBN 1905177097 ISBN13 9781905177097
Availability 0 units.
More About Sandra Sabatini, Jan Heron & Chloe Fremantle
Sandra Sabatini's first collection of short stories, "The One with the News" (Porcupine's Quill, 2000), was shortlisted for the McClelland Stewart Writers Trust Journey and or the Upper Canada Writers' Craft Award. Sabatini's second book, "Making Babies: Infants in Canadian Fiction" (2004), explored how Canadian novelists wrote about babies over the course of the 20th century and how infants become more predominant, developing their own literary identity. Her second collection of short stories, "The Dolphins at Sainte-Marie" (Penguin, 2006), explores small town living in Southern Ontario and the curiosities of youth and inexperience. Her novel, "Dante's War", was published in March 2009 with Key Porter and follows the lives of two Italian lovers during the Second World War. She is currently writing a novel about winter. Sabatini lives, works, and teaches in Guelph and is on the graduate faculty of the University of Guelph MFA program in Creative Writing.
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Poetry and awe in the breath. Dec 30, 2001
If Sandra Sabatini's "Breath - The Essence of Yoga" were only an inspired guide (with exquisitely simple sketches) to yoga breathing, or if it were only a poetic tribute to the breath, it would teach you something with each reading. It is both. You feel the writer's utter sincerity in every page. She leaves you with a sense of awe for one of our most mysterious functions: the breath - gateway between body and spirit.