We know yoga is good for us. It's good for the body and the mind, good for our productivity, good for our relationships with ourselves and our relationships with others. Many of us practice yoga regularly, and while we're aware that we're benefiting from it, we struggle to put into words exactly how or why. How does yoga work? Why do we keep doing it? Eddie Stern, founder of Ashtanga Yoga New York and the Brooklyn Yoga Club, has thought about and researched these questions long and hard, and after years of practice and study, he has some answers. In One Simple Thing(to be published by North Point Press, a division of Farrar, Straus and Giroux, on March 12, 2019), Stern lays out how one simple thing-the practice of yoga-can improve one's life.
Drawing on modern neuroscience, ancient wisdom and decades of practice and teaching, our teacher, mentor and a true inspiration, Eddie Stern reveals how what we do - from diet to chanting - affects who we become, and how a steady routine of activities and attitudes can transform our bodies, our brain functions, our emotions, and our experience of life.
If you're looking to learn how it all works, don't miss his visit to Los Angeles, and be sure to pre-order your copy of his new book One Simple Thing, out March 12th.
Free for those who have registered for Eddie's weekend-long visit to Los Angeles Yoga Club; or for those who provide a receipt for the pre-order purchase of One Simple Thing.