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Hip Tranquil Chick: A Guide to Life On and Off the Yoga Mat Paperback – November 1, 2006
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You'll often find me sipping fragrant tea, practicing yoga on a leopard-print mat, or leading retreats around the world. My work has been featured in US News & World Reports, Washingtonian, Fast Company, and Yoga Journal.
I live in the petite Pink Palace in Washington, D.C. with a rescue kitty, a rescue pug, and a non-rescued beau. Indulge in "tranquilosophy" via my blog and podcast, Tranquility du Jour. Learn more at kimberlywilson.com.
Top Customer Reviews
Anyway, I now know not to order any more products from her. My mistake. Yoginis who don't like Cyndi Lee's way of writing or humourous asides on her media (I do, by the way) should avoid this product, as it is much more frivolous than Ms Lee's.....
Kimberly makes a regular practice seem more of a jaunty adventure then an obligatory exercise. The effervescent tone of this book does not forfeit important information or belittle yoga's powerful and historical significances. It is solid in its recommendations and instructions and honors those who practice yoga. Kimberly's passion is apparent and strengthens all aspects of her book. And her obvious delight in her own personal practice is at the heart of the book. Every chapter ends with suggestions and guidance for additional resources: recommended books, websites, cd's and other authors and experts. That is unusual and incredibly generous of her to promote others in her own book ; but that exemplifies her attitude of doing good and doing well.
She is successful studio owner and markets a clothing line; but donates a healthy percentage of her profits to local charities, women's shelters, transitional programs for for women entering the workforce and organizations that promote the arts - giving women the chance to work at their craft.
Despite the demands on her time, Kimberly teaches workshops, teacher trainings and some Yoga I classes all with the same bubbly attitude and attention to form.
The book is just like she is. Good for you and fun too.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I actually really enjoyed this book. The title makes you think it's going to be really just a fluffy take on yoga, and there are a lot of mentions of kitten heels and cosmos, but... Read morePublished 10 months ago by J_go
LOVE LOVE LOVE this book! I'm fortunate enough to live in the Arlington, Virginia area where the author has a yoga studio, Tranquil Space. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Honest Review
GREAT book with great tips for a beginner like myself entering the Yoga world! The author is hyeterical and keeps it fun and real at the same time!Published 18 months ago by Texasrn
This book has all - yoga, beauty, home decoration, ecology, work, money, relations, how to turn your dreams come true. Read morePublished on August 19, 2013 by Ina St.
I had a great time reading this book. There are a lot of fun activities inside, and I have recommended it to my friends and family members. Read morePublished on October 25, 2012 by Sammah
This is a great book. Easy read. Has some good reminders about taking life slow and not getting too caught up in the minutia. Read morePublished on October 1, 2012 by jahmom3
Kimberly Wilson is simply amazing for the shear fact that she seems to be juggling 159 different things all at once. Read morePublished on March 30, 2012 by RescueGirl
I happened across Kimberly's podcast on itunes, and got hooked, so of course I had to also get her book. I don't find her, or her book, to be shallow in the least. Read morePublished on December 11, 2009 by Kimberly A. Smith
As a Tranquil Space yogi, I found Kimberly's words and style to be similar to her studio and classes:
Thoughtful... Read more