Book Study: Rethinking Alcohol through the 8 Limbs of Yoga
Tue Jan 02 - Wed Jan 31
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About this seminar
Just in time for Dry January! This five-week seminar uses the new release, Rethinking Alcohol through the Eight Limbs of Yoga, as a guide. Each week, we will discuss one of the chapters, talk about how our alcohol break is going, and share ideas for cutting back or omitting alcohol from our daily habits. Purchasing the book is optional, but you can save $20 off registration price by emailing proof of purchase to email@example.com for a discount code.
The book description reads: Vinyasa and vino. Women, Wine, and Warrior 2. No matter where you look, alcohol is everywhere, even pervading sacrosanct health and wellness venues. While the harms of tobacco and “hard” drugs are well-known, alcohol has somehow gotten a pass in modern society. Until very recently, it was even recommended to drink a glass of wine every evening for heart health. We are finally awakening to the harms of even small amounts of alcohol, but this presents a new challenge for those dedicated to making healthful choices—how can we omit something that has become such a celebrated part of our everyday lives? In this book, Elizabeth Ross Hubbell uses the time-honored principles of Ashtanga Yoga to help you rethink that nightly glass (or three) of wine. We’ll explore some of the most recent findings on the harms of alcohol and how Patanjali’s teachings from 2,000 years ago remain relevant in the pursuit of living our healthiest, happiest lives.
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