Stuff We Like
The Heart of Yoga: Developing A Personal Practice
by T.K.V. Desikachar
I was required to buy this book for my teacher training 20 years ago, and it is falling apart and scribbled all over because I still reference it regularly.
Anything written by Kate DiCamillo
We've read nearly everything! My kids have loved her books since they were preschool age, and I do too. Her work is edgy and full of heart. She is one of our absolute favorite contemporary authors of children's literature.
The New Astrology
by Suzanne White
A longtime yoga student and friend gifted me this book recently, and it has provided hours of entertainment and insight. I love the author's flourish. Plus her bio reads like mine--she's done a little bit of everything (maybe she is also a Libra/Tiger)!!
The Cool Hunter
This is a website for visual eye candy. I go to this site when I want to be reminded of beauty. It just makes me happy. I see things on this site that I could never even imagine existing. thecoolhunter.net
Indu Aurora's website, classes, books
I just discovered Indu Aurora and she is amazing. Her website, her classes, her books are full of everything Ayurvedic and Yogic. Dip a toe in, she is fun! yogsadhna.com
Mind Over Medicine: Scientific Proof That You Can Heal Yourself
by Dr. Lissa Rankin
This is the first book I have read, written from a scientific, medical perspective that explains the nature of energy and our power to heal ourselves. For every skeptic you know!
The Subtle Body: An Encyclopedia of Your Energetic Anatomy
by Cyndi Dale
Truly an encyclopedia but written in a very understandable way. She covers everything from chakras to magnetism to how acupuncture works. I can sit down with this book, open any page and be fascinated instantly.
An incredibly rich website with teachings on many yoga philosophy topics. Taught by the Mohan family. AG Mohan studied directly with Krishnamacharya, the “father of modern yoga.” yogaknowledge.net
The Untethered Soul
by Michael Singer
This book just wowed me with its description of the “spiritual things” that happen to all of us. To see the world through Singer's eyes must be a wonderful existence.