The Ayurveda Bible
By Anne McIntyre
This comprehensive guide explores the Indian healing system of ayurveda, from its origins in ancient Vedic scriptures to ayurveda as practised today. Learn how to work towards optimum health through diet, lifestyle, exercise and spiritual practices, according to your dosha or constitution type. Also included are detailed recommendations for the holistic treatment of common ailments, with herbs, food, massage and meditation.
The Angel Bible
By Hazel Raven
Learn how to access angels and their wisdom through The Angel Bible, your definitive guide to angelic lore. This book features practical exercises, meditations and affirmations you can perform to help you reach out to the angels that surround you for guidance, healing and inspiration. Through The Angel Bible you will learn to sense the presence of angels, communicate with your guardian angel and use crystals to alleviate common ailments. Complete with beautiful colour illustrations, this is the ideal book for everyone who is interested in angels.
The Aromatherapy Bible
By Gill Farrer-Halls
Essential oils are a natural and healthy alternative to chemical cosmetics and skin treatments. They can also help soothe and heal your body, emotions, and spirit. This comprehensive illustrated reference explains how to choose and use essential oils for beauty and personal care, physical and mental health, relaxation, and as aids to meditation. It includes contains complete instructions for aromatherapy-based skin and body treatments and for making your own creams and lotions; remedies to help overcome worry, anger, stress, depression and other troubling emotions; aromatherapy techniques to enhance self-massage, sports massage, and intimate massage; first aid and healing techniques for simple ailments and for use in pregnancy and with babies, children, and the elderly; and aromatherapy meditations for calm, insight, and clarity and for psychic cleansing. It also includes a Directory of Essential Oils giving the properties and uses of 75 common and exotic oils.
Ashtanga Yoga for Women
By Sally Griffyn, Michaela Clarke
Ashtanga is a dynamic form of yoga that involves a combination of stretch, strength and endurance. Traditionally, ashtanga has been the preserve of men and, until recently, practiced only in India. This situation is changing, however. More and more women are finding that ashtanga has a lot to offer them in terms of an energizing and empowering experience on physical, spiritual and emotional levels. Ashtanga is experienced by each individual in a different way. Although the sequence of postures remains the same, those who practice them meet intensely different challenges. Women who are larger or smaller, who have given birth or not, who are older or younger will all have different experiences of the sequence, but the experiences will always be life-enhancing. With clear photography of the primary series of poses, background information and interviews with yoga practitioners, this text shows how practice of this form of yoga is suitable for everyone.