Curvy Yoga: Love Yourself & Your Body a Little More

Curvy Yoga: Love Yourself & Your Body a Little More Each Day Finally A book that puts our culture s destructive body shaming to rest and gives women the tools they need to forge a new, loving relationship with their bodies Linda Sparrowe, former editor in chief of Yoga International, and author of Yoga At Home Inspiration for Creating Your Home Practice Have you wanted to try yoga but wondered if it was for you Or perhaps you were uncertain whether you could carry out the poses As the creator of a body affirming yoga phenomenon that embraces people of all shapes and sizes, Anna Guest Jelley has written an encouraging book that is about to become your go to resource In Curvy Yoga , she shares stories about body shaming with poignancy and even sometimes with humor Guest Jelley also reveals how things started to change once she found yoga the last thing the self declared non athlete ever thought was possible In addition, Guest Jelley shares how yoga can help you connect with your body and why accepting your body doesn t mean giving up on it Finally, in the appendix, she presents a series of pose instructions and options to make yoga work for your body not the other way around

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10 thoughts on “Curvy Yoga: Love Yourself & Your Body a Little More Each Day

  1. says:

    So good that I joined the program online And I love it so so much.

  2. says:

    Full review pending I just wanted to say that I absolutely loved this Anna s curvy yoga online studio was the first yoga instruction I ever found fit me, and reading her book now I understand why she s just like me A few moments in the book were actual experiences I went through around the same ages conce

  3. says:

    What a gift of love this book is To read it is to love yourself .

  4. says:

    This was a really nice book I love Anna s positivity and sense of humor I personally had not heard of Curvy Yoga before reading this, but I think the concept and what Anna is doing is really awesome As far as the memoir advice portion of the book goes, the beginning was great, and so was the end, but I kinda got lost in

  5. says:

    I loved this book It helped me to understand how people with not so trim bodies can adjust yoga moves so EVERY BODY has the ability to do yoga I really had no idea some of some of the struggles The author is so down to earth in her writing and candidly shares her experience with her constant battle with excess weight and how she

  6. says:

    I loved this book, but not for the reason I bought it I bought it hoping for modifications to yoga poses for curvy folks as sometimes my little extra gets in the way There are modifications shown in the book Unfortunately for me, I knew these I ordered online so didn t get to flip through it first However, I completely forgive the book

  7. says:

    I had several a ha moments while reading this book it was really refreshing to read an author who was able to express some of my internal fat phobic feelings into words of clear understanding Several highlighted sections and some thoughts worth returning to I read this at the same time I located a certified Curvy Yoga instructor and took some c

  8. says:

    This book has really inspired me to connect with myselfthroughout my yoga practise instead of trying to land every pose perfectly like all the other yogis do It teaches you how to connect with your body and turn it into aloving relationship. it has some great practises throughout the book as well, over all a great read

  9. says:

    Looved it She is just awesome and so right about everything More about body acceptance than yoga The yoga parts are gold though for using yoga as a tool to body acceptance and making that tool serve the body you already inhabit.

  10. says:

    I am not really a curvy woman but this book offers so much to think about my own biases about fat , about my own weight, my relationship to food, clothes and perhaps best of all it makes the tools of yoga so accessible a great invitation to make friends with our own bodies.

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