Books by Mia Randall
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“I was looking for some simple guidance of forming my own daily practice as I have trouble now and then maintaining a daily one. This book was simple and effective. It has some wonderful and practical tips for the second half and a great into of Buddhism for the first half. The authors down-to-earth style holds your attention and really explains advanced concepts easily to our western world. Worth well over the price.”
“Does exactly as the title suggests! A great starter for those interested in Buddhism and meditation and wanting to find out the basics. Written in a no nonsense likeable style which is neither over complicated or patronising. Really helpful and enjoyable.”
“This book is straight to the point and easy to read. I’ve been able to use the tips in my practice right away”
“What a wonderful enlightening text. Mia has an easy way of sharing the joy and benefits of meditation with us.”
“So well written and ideal for anyone considering the path to enlightenment. Great tips for maintaining meditation practice”
You might enjoy yoga, you might even be quite good at yoga – but practicing regularly can be hard to do.
If your yoga practice has lapsed, or you struggle to do yoga regularly, then this book is for you!
There are many reasons why it can be difficult to practice regularly.
We might feel that we’re too busy. We might forget the many benefits of doing yoga (they’re an important motivator, covered in this book and worth revisiting at regular intervals)
We know that yoga makes us feel great and has so many physical, mental and spiritual benefits. When we’re practicing regularly, we feel fantastic and have so much more energy, vigour and flexibility (and much more!)
However if progress is to be made, the momentum of our practice need to be built up and maintained so that we practice on a regular basis no matter what.
This book will take you through 10 days of support and encouragement to practice so that you will end up with a realistic, regular yoga schedule that you can adhere to once the 10 days are up.
Please note: This book will benefit you if you have already learned a basic routine of asanas that you practice at home. This book is a great motivator but not a ‘how to practice’ guide.
I have been writing about yoga for quite some time now and am constantly delighted and surprised by new things I learn about yoga each day both from my own practice, from my yoga friends and through research.
Here is a short collection of ‘Yarnings’ on yoga subjects close to my heart that I hope will appeal to yoga lovers of all ages.
I have included musings on a range of subjects including What is Yoga, Styles of Yoga, Yoga for Seniors, Yoga and Travel, Karma Yoga and also some unusual yoga classes that you might like to try!