In spare moments over the last month, I’ve worked my way through Nick Morgan’s book Trust Me, on public speaking. It’s full of interesting information about the interaction between the verbal and the nonverbal conversation. Morgan explains that the nonverbal conversation dominates; if there’s a conflict between body language and spoken language, the audience will default to body language, believing the speaker’s movements and gestures over the speaker’s words.
My down-the-interstate neighbor in Black Mountain, North Carolina, Martia Rachman, has produced an absolutely beautiful book on yoga assists and, […]
To my delight, Runner’s World‘s Best of Running list contains a favorite yoga pose (which appears on page 2, just […]