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  • Richard Freeman: Yoga Chants

    Richard Freeman: Yoga Chants
    Richard Freeman Chants - its a 2 cd set. The first CD is instructional, he explains some of the history and technique, and you sing along by repeating first a word, then a line, of each chant. I think there are 3-4 chants he teaches in this way -including the ashtanga invocation, which I've always liked. He explains things very clearly. The second cd is him chanting and playing the harmonium. He has a good voice, not a great voice, but there is something incredibly soothing about listening to him. -Jane

  • Cindy Dollar: Yoga Your Way : Customizing Your Home Practice

    Cindy Dollar: Yoga Your Way : Customizing Your Home Practice
    This is a great book for home practice. It's spiral bound and the pages are split so that on the left the pages are practice sequences and on the right each page is one of 44 asanas. The 31 practice sequences range from 10 to 90 minutes. On the back of each asana page are several modifications with various props. The author is an Iyengar teacher and the instructions are very detailed. What I like most about it is that the variety of sequences will prevent me from doing the same practice all the time which is what usually happens when I do yoga on my own. -Danielle

  • Andrea Olsen: Bodystories: A Guide To Experiential Anatomy

    Andrea Olsen: Bodystories: A Guide To Experiential Anatomy
    This book is the most accesible of all the more touchy-feely anatomy books I have - daily exercises of body exploration. -Lianne

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July 08, 2009


Sharon Frost

...and would you rename your CEO pope (sorry, I`m typing on an unfamiliar keyboard in Buenos Aires, and I cannot find my punctuation).

Alan Little

Brings to mind a quip one of my colleagues made when my employer was in commercial discussions with an Indian software supplier a while back. One of the Indian guys was introduced as "Guru".

"Is that his name or his job description?"


LOL! I have a strong feeling I know who the retailer is and I know some of these "gurus". To me it's a poor choice for the name.


I *love* (lovelove) the last two paragraphs. There is something so deeply ridiculous in this. How do you manage a brand when you have to introduce yourself as the corporate guru? "Please take me seriously while I whimsically refer to myself using a term borrowed from a religion I like to play at."
But then again, I'm becoming cynical.

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