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Book details
  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:Motivational & Inspirational
  • Language:English
  • Pages:276
  • eBook ISBN:9780988247659

Heartbreak Yoga

Learning to Survive and Thrive Through Yoga, Meditation, and Laughter

by Amy V. Dewhurst

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Overview
The Sex and the City of modern day spirituality, Heartbreak Yoga is a humorous, thought-provoking, soul searching exploration of the heart organ, the heart chakra, and the heartbreaks smart girls suffer along the way. This East Coast/West Coast Fast Lane Adventure is part memoir, part instructional yoga guide and part self-help how-to for the cynic in every clique. Brooklyn born, Hollywood Film Executive and Author Amy V. Dewhurst gets real about the benefits of yoga, meditation and spiritual practice in the most interesting and intense of environments.
Description
The Sex and the City of modern day spirituality, Heartbreak Yoga is a humorous, thought-provoking, soul searching exploration of the heart organ, the heart chakra, and the heartbreaks smart girls suffer along the way. This East Coast/West Coast Fast Lane Adventure is part memoir, part instructional yoga guide and part self-help how-to for the cynic in every clique. Brooklyn born, Hollywood Film Executive and Author Amy V. Dewhurst gets real about the benefits of yoga, meditation and spiritual practice in the most interesting and intense of environments. Gathering some of today's most renown yoga teachers, kirtan artists and spiritual leaders (including sri Dharma Mittra, Sara Ivanhoe, MC Yogi, Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa, Byan Kest, Krishna Das, Steve Ross, Ram Das, Saul David Raye, Jai Uttal, Mandy Ingber, Deepak Ramapriya, Govindas and Radha) and some of Hollywood's hottest celeb yogis, this offering is guaranteed to soften even the hardest of hearts, through laughter, tears and digestible servings of hippie granola wisdom.
About the author
Author, producer, yogini AMY V. DEWHURST learned film making from legends including; Sydney Pollack, Martin Scorsese, Kirsten Sheridan, and Rachel B. Lewis. To balance the demands of the fast-paced film set lifestyle, Dewhurst began a disciplined yoga practice. She has since helmed Sara Ivanhoe's Yoganation, Mariel Hemingway's M. Hemingway Heritage and produced conscious content for OasisTV. Dewhurst currently works in feature film development, produces Bhakti Fest and is contributing writer to magazines nationally. Amy ascribes to the philosophy of her teacher, Sri Mata Amritanandamayi: "Just Love and Serve."
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