Not a how-to book on yoga, but a collection of thoughts and not-so-humble opinions on what is right and wrong in yoga today. Julia Thorley is a yoga teacher whose aim is to make you smile and consider what really matters on the yoga mat. More
This isn’t a book on how to do yoga, but rather a collection of pieces offering the author’s not-so-humble opinions. Julia Thorley is a lifelong practitioner and now teacher of yoga, so she likes to think she knows what she's talking about. There’s a lot of yoga about these days. Most of it is wonderful; some of it is not. Julia Thorley believes that at its heart yoga is, or should be, a simple practice and she is frustrated by the increasing number of 'this' yoga or 'that' yoga offerings, by the quest for the perfect pair of yoga pants and the focus on style over content. She has, though, seen and heard some inspiring, amusing and thought-provoking things from her side of the room, and shares some of them in this book. Its aim is not to make you cross (though it might), but to make you smile and ponder in equal measure.’
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I write non-fiction about things that are important to me, and I write stories to make you smile, wonder, frown and sigh, inspired by the stuff that happens to and around me. It's all about life, yoga and other adventures.