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Mussar Yoga: Blending an Ancient Jewish Spiritual Practice with Yoga to Transform Body and Soul Paperback – May 12, 2014
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"Wow, wow, wow! I love this book! I will repeatedly turn to it for personal inspiration and to share with our yoga communities, including our teachers and teacher training programs. [A] book for people of all faiths and yoga practitioners everywhere."
―Tami Schneider, owner, Cleveland Yoga
“Brings together two remarkable spiritual traditions. Reminds us that we are 'meant to shine with the radiant light' of our pure souls and gives us an excellent and beautifully written guide to get us there physically, spiritually and intellectually.”
―Erica Brown, scholar-in-residence, Jewish Federation of Greater Washington; author, Inspired Jewish Leadership: Practical Approaches to Building Strong Communities
“Practical instruction through spiritual writings, real-world deeds and yoga movements lay out a spiritual path to self-realization that anyone can follow.”
―Steven A. Rapp, author, Aleph-Bet Yoga: Embodying the Hebrew Letters for Physical and Spiritual Well-Being
“Takes the traits of Mussar to the mat of yoga.... Helps us embody truth in a way that transforms body, heart, mind and soul.”
―Rabbi Rami Shapiro, author, Perennial Wisdom for the Spiritually Independent: Sacred Teachings―Annotated and Explained
“A carefully considered work that opens windows on two meaningful practices.... Edith Brotman’s commitment to the integration of the two in her own life compels the reader to do the same.”
―Rabbi B. Elka Abrahamson, president, The Wexner Foundation
About the Author
Edith R. Brotman, PHD, RYT-500, an experienced educator and highly trained yoga teacher, is passionate about finding, creating and sharing meaningful spiritual connections in Judaism. Founder of Kavvanah/Mussar Yoga, she shares her belief in the transformative power of yoga in all spheres of life―physical, mental and spiritual―through her popular embodied Jewish learning workshops and retreats. She is a graduate of the Wexner Heritage Leadership Program for Jewish lay leaders and a recipient of the Dorbrecht Grant for Judaic Yoga. She was named one of Baltimore's favorite yoga teachers in Baltimore Magazine's "Best in Baltimore."