The Art and Yoga of Touch: Another Path to Peace

This book explores the many benefits of mindful touch for our health and well-being. Coming from the perspective that physical and emotional pain too often closes and tightens our bodies so that our movements become unnatural, it also includes detailed instructions and links to videos for nine therapeutic SOMA Yoga exercises that have been designed to increase your somatic mindfulness and more! More

Available ebook formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html

First 20% Sample: epub mobi (Kindle) lrf more Online Reader
About Paula Jeane

Dr. Paula Jeane received a message about 30 years ago that simply stated, “Teach touch.” After starting a book by that name and going through several editions of putting together 30 years of research, articles, and points of interest about touch, she finally narrowed it down to one chapter, which became this little book. “This is really the core of what I want to share,” she says.
Her background includes a Master’s in Special Education, specializing in the visually impaired. She is also credentialed in learning disabilities and the severely handicapped. She has practiced yoga since the late 1960s, and began teaching yoga in 1980. She is also a Certified Massage Therapist. Dr. Paula has a Ph.D. in Psychology with a specialization in healing through movement and touch. She has spent decades teaching people of all ages and a diverse variety of learners. After moving to Denver for 11 years to follow her daughter and grandchildren, she is now back at her home in Joshua Tree, CA, doing her unique teaching and healing work.
She has studied with a variety of teachers: Process Work with Drs. Arny and Amy Mindell and colleagues for 25 years, Somatic Learning with Dr. Risa Kaparo for 11 years, and a great variety of other teachers and spiritual masters. Presently, her main spiritual teacher is Dr. David R. Hawkins. She says, “He sums up all I’ve learned throughout a lifetime of studying spiritual growth. He speaks directly to here and now. ”

Learn more about Paula Jeane


This book has not yet been reviewed.
Report this book