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The TMJ Handbook: A Therapeutic Guide to Relieving Jaw Tension and Pain with Yoga and Mindfulness

A solid how-to guide for readers interested in alleviating physical or mental stress via a yoga or mindfulness practice. This book is also a thought-provoking reminder of how interconnected the parts of the body are.

How To Live in a Chaotic Climate: 10 Steps to Reconnect with Ourselves, Our Communities, and Our Planet

Only partially successful as a stand-alone read. An optional purchase for public and academic libraries.

The Yoga of Parenting: Ten Yoga-Based Practices To Help You Stay Grounded, Connect with Your Kids, and Be Kind to Yourself

This guide expertly shows how a yoga practice can enhance and teach people about parenting. It will likely be appreciated by yoga fans and readers who want to set intentions and grow bonds with their children.

The Little Book of Zen Healing: Japanese Rituals for Beauty, Harmony, and Love

Opportunities for ritual are plentiful. Arai’s encouragement to make these rituals a part of everyday life opens the way for mindfulness and true healing.

Yoga Inversions: Your Guide to Going Upside Down

The easy-to-understand sequences, helpful photographs, and welcoming process to execute inverted yoga poses make this a great addition to any collection.

Good Fengshui: A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Balance and Harmony in Your Home

An easy, educational, and intriguing read that’s less about a room and more about one’s surroundings. Best for readers studying urban design or architecture.

The Self-Talk Workout: Six Science-Backed Strategies To Dissolve Self-Criticism and Transform the Voice in Your Head

A final chapter that included a brief synopsis of all the exercises found in this book would have been helpful. Recommended for anyone needing techniques to pacify their inner critic.

The Woman Who Raised the Buddha: The Extraordinary Life of Mahaprajapati

An important contribution to filling a major gap in Buddhist studies and a triumph in understanding Buddhism through a feminist lens. Recommended for academic libraries and scholars interested in religious or feminist studies.

The Everyday Ayurveda Guide to Self-Care: Rhythms, Routines, and Home Remedies for Natural Healing

There’s much to learn from O’Donnell, and her book makes it easy for readers to enhance learn new ways of self-care as well as balancing and healing the body, mind, and soul.

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