Meet Judith Hanson Lasater. A yoga teacher since & the co-founder of Yoga Journal, she has recently released a second edition of her. Book Club Style. Each audio episode is paired with a chapter from the second edition of Judith’s book “Living Your Yoga: Finding the Spiritual in Everyday Life.” . Judith Hanson Lasater, Ph.d. in East-West Psychology and physical therapist has taught Her most recent book is Restore and Rebalance: Yoga for Deep Relaxation, Shambhala Living Happily with Your Lower Back at Mount Madonna.

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The Myth of Sisyphus. Each chapter needs to be read carefully and there are practices and mantras for daily living. It spoke clearly to me at various moments. It was first published in and I did have to laugh when a paragraph about taking a break from technology urged the reader to step away from their fax machine. The depth of your love is juditj reflected in wha I’m so glad I read this book slowly over several months. Praise Judith Lasater has taught yoga since To ask other readers questions about Living Your Yogaplease sign up.

Living Your Yoga is our November book club read. Jul 10, Jennifer rated it really liked it.

Living Your Yoga

For a much more readable and inspiring work on basic yoga principles and working with them on and off the mat, though, I’d recommend Perfectly Imperfect by Baron Baptiste instead. Aug 09, Pages Buy. Trivia About Living Your Yoga Would recommend to anyone who practices yoga or not! LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices.


Iyengar in India and the United States. Feb 24, Joanne Roach-Evans rated it it was amazing. I like the organization of each chapter. All that is dear to me and everyone I love are lifing the nature to change. Overall solid book for a new yogi.

Thomas Cathcart and Daniel Klein. I’d find myself flowing through a chapter or two at a time on the train on the way to work, lving, sometimes near tears, or wincing at something that was all too familiar about my old ways and behaviors. Looking for More Great Reads?

Jun 16, Natalie Dunbar rated it it was amazing. Her yoga training includes study with B.

Living Your Yoga: Finding the Spiritual in Everyday Life

Thus Llasater the Plant. With some more practical advice on the side. Whether this connection lasts for seconds or decades, love is not wasted. It is a lovely book that really helped me see how to bring my yoga practice to the rest of my life. The Monkey Is the Messenger. I see it as a loving reminder of the life we have given. This is not about skipping over anything, it’s about seeing what actually is, looking directly at the good, bad, …more All I can say is Bless your heart.

Jan 18, Nancie rated it it was amazing. But even non-yogi’s can benefit from it. Dec 18, Barbara Storey rated it really liked it. I will most likely return to it in small bits in that mindset, which I think will help. The Limits to Capital.

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Stephane Byars All I can say is Bless your heart. Through it, you have been transformed. I’d find myself flowing through a chapter or two at a time on the train on the way to work, smiling, sometimes near I’m a yoga teacher in training, and I received this book lwsater a gift from the yogi who will be teaching me. Although not all her life decisions presented in the book would work for everybody, the overall idea of the book is very healthy and useful for any yoga practitioner.


Written in plain language using events that happen in the course of her day, Judith Lasater, Ph. Nov 04, Tara Alyssa rated it really liked it. May 31, Carolin rated it liked it Shelves: Thought out and concise, the type of book I have been looking for to help bring the yoga practice off the mat and into the world We are experiencing technical difficulties. Quick and dirty but profound and applicable at the same time.

I know that quieting the breath, meditating and such are all important parts of the practice, but the truth is, the older I get, the more impatient I am when reading non-fiction books. Decided to get back on in May, and found this book to read to supplement my practice.

Sep 23, Shiva Patel rated it it was amazing. If you’re looking for suggestions on how to improve your asanas, this is not the book for you.

I have struggled with yoga.