Today’s the official release date for Lifelong Yoga. While it’s my seventh book, it also marks some important firsts—it’s my first book cowritten with my longtime assistant, Alexandra DeSiato, my first book to be published by North Atlantic Books, and the first to feature my husband, Wes, as a model. (He’s joined by two other lovely lifelong yogis with professional modeling experience, Victor and Patricia.) It’s also a treat to see the Gold Circle Room at Carrboro Yoga Company get its moment in the sun!
Alexandra and I really hope you enjoy the book, which has a special foreword from my star student, Coach Roy Williams. If you’ve preordered it in paper format, your copy should arrive today or this week. E-books should deliver today. If you haven’t ordered yet, what are you waiting for? Buy it at your favorite bookseller—links are here—or direct from me. If you prefer to shop local—thank you!—ask your favorite indie store to order you a copy. You can also pick up copies at Carrboro Yoga if you happen to be in central North Carolina.
Once you’ve had a chance to read and practice from the book, please give it a five-star review. These positive reviews will help other people find the book, so that more people can benefit from including a little yoga most days over the years. Thanks in advance!
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LIFELONG YOGA is released one week from today! It features a foreword from this longtime student of mine, Roy, who also happens to be a three-time and the current NCAA men's basketball championship coach. Coach Williams's foreword is a testament to the power of yoga to keep you flexible and balanced across the years. Order your copy at the link in bio! @alexandradesiato #yoga #lifelongyoga #yogaforhealth #goheels #gdtbath #author #yogaforathletes #yogaformen #yogaforbasketball #yogaforbasketballplayers #yogaforbasketballcoaches #roywilliams
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