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Yoga For Lawyers: Reviews

Lawyer Yogis Share Relaxation, Mindfulness Tips in 'Yoga for Lawyers'

Lawyer Yogis Share Relaxation, Mindfulness Tips in 'Yoga for Lawyers' By Gabriella Khorasanee, JD on August 14, 2014 10:49 AM In honor of National Relaxation Day on Friday (August 15) -- yes that is a thing -- we thought we would cover a book that the ABA sent us to review: "Yoga for Lawyers: Mind-Body Techniques to Feel Better All the Time." Since lawyers are a special breed, it's only right that we have our own book on yoga instruction. 

Amazon Reviews

Average Customer Review 5.0 out of 5. 

  1. Not just for lawyers
    5/5 by Paul.
  2. This book is not just for lawyers...
    5/5 by Liz.

  3. Great reference book!
    5/5 by Arezou

  4. An excellent choice for development of mindfulness skills
    5/5 by George.

  5. I found myself using this book as a reference. ...
    5/5 by JR

  6. A book for every attorney
    5/5 by Karen

  7. Immensely Helpful
    5/5 by Omar

  8. Wonderful, well written book - a must for any desk bound professional!
    5/5 by Carolyn
     

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New York Journal of Books Review

New York Journal of Books
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Birgit W. Pattyproprietor of Apex Yogic Living in Apex, NC. She is a perpetual yoga student and a certified Integral Yoga teacher.

 “For lawyers (and others) who want to improve their state of mind, feel healthier, be more effective, and experience better work-life balance, Yoga for Lawyers is recommended.”

Lawyers deal with other people’s problems and conflicts. Their jobs, and their bodies, are sedentary. Overwork causes body and mind to become disconnected and out of balance.

In Yoga for Lawyers: Mind-Body Techniques to Feel Better All the Time, authors Hallie N. Love and Nathalie Martin present effective yoga techniques to counterbalance these conditions. “We explain techniques to feel better, in simple and clear language.”

This book is different from other introductory books about yoga. It’s written for lawyers, by a couple of lawyers. Authors Love and Martin explain things in ways that analytical people appreciate, understand, and embrace. Yoga for Lawyers describes how to use yoga techniques and why (what the pose does and what the benefit is.)