"Dancing on Waves" is a daring tale of a well-known ocean adventurer crashing into divorce, cancer, and depression; and how this paralyzing calamity propelled her to find comfort in the ocean – swimming, floating, meditating. When the ocean started showing signs of hurt with posted No-Swimming signs posted on her favorite beaches, her outrage led her to start a citizens' action group called Heal the Ocean, which, over 24 years later, is an important nationally recognized organization.
“Hauser’s book is much more than a reminiscence about the sea; it also serves as a self-help guide and sounding board for those in all walks of life dealing with earth-shattering issues she has encountered. She openly shares thoughts, self-doubts, joys, emotions and insights with refreshing candor…”
"Don’t be surprised if you find yourself not only reading about but bonding with an assortment of characters that include abalone and urchin divers, classical musicians, surfers, scuba divers, Jean-Michel Cousteau, three schipperkes, doctors, regional water quality control health officers and scientists at University of California, Santa Barbara.”
-Miroirs CA, California's Cultural Music Journal
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