Introducing a remarkable way to improve your health with unique yoga moves that can be done sitting at your computer or standing behind your desk. No mats, floorwork, or special clothing required.
Wonder how to stay fit while writing full-time?
In Yoga for Writers, you will discover how to:
- Refresh tired eyes
- Sharpen your concentration
- Keep hands and wrists supple
- Loosen up shoulders
- Improve your posture
- Energize your body
- And boost your creativity
With an easy step-by-step method, you’ll now be able to weave micro-breaks into your writing life effortlessly. Guaranteed to increase your productivity and those amazing moments of being “in the flow”.
Includes over 30 easy-to-follow illustrations!
“All desk-bound individuals (not just writers) should keep Yoga for Writers close at hand. It offers an alternative that is easy, achievable, and requires no special time commitment, exercise equipment, or prior yoga savvy. And it makes the most of 60-second ‘micro-breaks’ that not only improve health, but supercharge the writer or worker’s creative impulse. Especially recommended for those who want to expand the notion of ‘break time’ to include productive revitalization.”
— D. Donovan, Midwest Book Review
“The importance of engaging the whole body in movement is well-illustrated. Taylore Daniel offers a valuable handbook that will help writers or anyone glued to a computer screen.”
— Hans Diehl, B.Sc. DOMP, Osteopathic Practitioner
“The exercises are simple to remember, physically easy, and quick to do, yet I’ve never done most of them before, especially at my desk!”
— Carol Crenna, Editor of Art Avenue magazine
“Yoga for Writers is precisely what I need in my effort to breathe life into my carpel tunnel syndrome and to ease into yoga. A gem for every writer.”
— Cynthia Sharp, Director of the Federation of B.C. Writers and author.
“Taylore Daniel knows that taking several short breaks during the day can improve our health greatly. In Yoga for Writers, she not only offers one-minute exercises we can do at our desks, she suggests how we can incorporate them into our busy schedules. Buy the book and let it transform you.”
— Melody Owen, Founder of Nutritious Truth and host of YVR Authors
“These empowering exercises are not only quick and fun, they’re guaranteed to boost your sense of well-being while easing stiff muscles. Taylore Daniel proves small movements can make an enormous difference and enhance creative energy. Highly recommended!”
— Irene Allison, former technical writing instructor and co-author of Stay, Breathe with Me
“Fantastic! I’ve never seen anything like this before. As a writer and someone who spends so much time sitting and looking at a screen, the micro-breaks are an invaluable tool to keep both my body and mind healthy. And I love the simple, yet descriptive pictures!
— Leah Strange, Author of the Gratitude Journal and Fitness Journal
“A fabulous book and so useful. I love yoga, but find it hard to get up and down off the mats, so this is perfect because I can do it at my desk… a big benefit for people like me who are at the computer long hours.”
— Ruth Kozak, President of the B.C. Association of Travel Writers and ezine publisher/editor