It’s Not About Putting Your Foot Behind Your Ear

An Inspiring Journey of Transformation Through YOGA

by Sophia S. Paul


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/18/2011

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 192
ISBN : 9781452539966
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 192
ISBN : 9781452539973

About the Book

Book Trailer :

Author Sophia Paul presents an inspiring personal story on how the simplicity of yoga can transform your life into one of peace, health, and happiness. By sharing her personal journey of transformation through yoga, Paul is guiding and reassuring us to follow our own path towards a life full of joy and happiness.

 

The power of mindfulness, right attitude, and a willingness to always look at the lesson in the experience can present us with the healing that we all seek. Simplistic, full of timeless wisdom and providing tools to turn every moment of your life into peace and appreciation, Sophia’s story is intriguing and encouraging.

 

From her early childhood on she had a calling for adventure that would eventually take her across several continents. Being stranded in a foreign country with no legal permission to work, she was confronted with the reality of her divorce, and having to provide for her children.

 

Her gift to “pull herself up out of every misery again and again” (as one friend admiringly put it) she proves that with a “yes I can” attitude, everything is possible. With yoga as her constant companion, her story leads from a happy childhood in Germany to living dangerously in South America to finally finding her true home in the United States.


About the Author

Sophia is a Naturopath, Reiki Master Teacher and a certified Yoga Instructor. Her book demonstrates how the simplicity of yoga and a holistic lifestyle can transform your life into one of peace, health and happiness. She deeply loves nature and lives in the Colorado mountains close to her children and grandchildren.