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Ana T. Forrest Founder of Forrest Yoga and owner of the Forrest Yoga Circle in Santa Monica Baron's fresh and synergistic approach to yoga has excited and turned on many people who previously thought yoga had nothing to offer them. He has contributed greatly to spreading the benefits of yoga in the United States.
Baron Baptiste is the son of two of America's yoga pioneers. He began to seriously study yoga at age twelve and trained extensively in all the major traditions before creating Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga in the mid-nineties. Baptiste has trained both celebrities and athletes, including Helen Hunt, Randall Cunningham, Raquel Welch, and Elisabeth Shue, and for four years he was Peak Performance Specialist for the Philadelphia Eagles. He divides his time between his yoga studio in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Sundance, Utah.
It's a great read and activity to follow if you are looking to invest some time in yourself. As a newer yogi I enjoy it because it has taught me some much needed discipline. Read morePublished 13 months ago by CiCiCiCI
An essential book for self improvement and guidance through transformation. I've used this book through my own practice as well as lead several groups through this journey. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Erin Konantz
Bought this as part of the 40 day revolution program at local yoga studio. Very helpful, easy read, good content.Published 16 months ago by Andrea Finnen-Barger
I'm in my fourth week following 40 Days To Personal Revolution and I have no intention of "quitting" as some readers have. Read morePublished on March 13 2004 by Irene
Change is not an easy thing to do. Jesus tried to teach us that when our enemy hits us, we must turn and offer the other cheek. Ghandi taught that civil disobedience was the way. Read morePublished on March 1 2004 by jack bunn
I read this book twice, and gave up on the 40 day program after a week because I was bored and was applying nothing new. Read morePublished on Feb. 29 2004