Do you ever wake up feeling stiff and sore? Do you sit at a desk all day and lack the energy to get up and move? Do you know you need exercise but you can’t find the time? Then Yoga for Connecting, Mind, Body, and Soul is for you. In ten minutes a day, this book will help you: 1) Restore your body’s energy 2) Refresh your mental state 3) Rediscover your soul
Your health is your most important asset. Whether you’re dealing with anxiety, lower back pain, or jet lag from a busy travel schedule, there is healing for you in these pages—regardless of your age or ability.
With step-by-step instructions and photographs for each exercise, the movements in this book can be done in a chair, hotel room, or even your own bed before you put your feet on the ground. It’s never too late to find your balance and fitness. Come join us!
ISBN 9978-1608082384 (Paperback)
Health / Exercise
7.5 x 9.2″, 150 pages
Publication date: October 28, 2020
Lana Wedmore is a conservationist, women’s empowerment advocate, yoga instructor, and Reiki master whose compassion, dedication, and determination have all earned her the reputation as service-centered thought leader. As a transformation-driven humanitarian, her lifelong vision is to empower people to heal not only themselves, but our home and all of her beautiful inhabitants.
Nearly four decades ago, Lana felt an unwavering pull to Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula. Ultimately, the unparalleled beauty of the wildlife and landscapes combined inspired her to establish Luna Lodge in 2000, which is an innovative rainforest eco-lodge that attained the highest sustainability ranking. Her deep-rooted devotion for the country also drove her to give back in other profound ways, including currently serving as the Vice President of the Wellness Costa Rica Association. For 10 years, she was also the President of the Association for Integral Development of Corcovado. Her strategic heart-centered leadership was paramount in the development of the first sustainable solar-powered bamboo school in the Osa Peninsula.
Throughout the span of several years, Lana was also the President of the Chamber of Tourism of Corcovado, where she assisted in uniting the different communities to advocate for sustainable tourism. Continuing her conservation legacy, she founded The White Hawk Foundation back in 2008, in the name of protecting the sacred land surrounding Corcovado National Park.
However, Lana Wedmore’s conservation efforts don’t stop there. Presently, she is facilitating empowerment retreats at Luna Lodge, speaking at prominent wellness and conservation events, and fundraising for and facilitating White Hawk Foundation conservation initiatives. Mostly recently, she also authored a book, which will be available to purchase in the near future.
Amed Bermudez is a registered yoga teacher and a Yoga Alliance certified education professional.
He became a yoga instructor in 2005 and a massage therapist in 2007. He provides individual and group yoga instruction and individual massage techniques including deep tissue; hot stone; reflexology; gem therapy; Reiki; aromatherapy; tantra; and Shiatsu.
With his shaman heritage, Amed offers a holistic approach to massage and yoga instruction.
His belief is, “Your yoga practice is an opportunity to give yourself love and attention and become more aware of your body.”
Michelle Booth has been helping people tell their stories for more than two decades. She ghostwrites autobiographies, memoirs, and family legacy books for a variety of clients including a former staff secretary in the White House Personnel Office. She also edits nonfiction manuscripts, and was selected to edit the memoir of a former NBA basketball player.