Yoga of Relationships and Grateful Living

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Miriam Knight   December 07, 2015  
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Yoga of Relationships and Grateful Living

Yogi Amrit Desai is an internationally renowned yoga master, and the founder of the Kripalu Center and the creator of Kripalu Yoga.

Toinette Lippe illuminates the true measure of a life well-lived in terms of usefulness and integrity rather than accomplishment or possessions.

Yogi Amrit Desai is an internationally renowned yoga master, and the founder of the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, the largest in the U.S., and the creator of Kripalu Yoga. Currently he is the spiritual director of the Amrit Yoga Institute in Salt Springs, Florida, where, at 83 years young, he continues to refine his unique methodology of an integrated yoga practice as Amrit Yoga, which combines the spiritual dimension of authentic yoga with the physical practice of asanas. The style of yoga he developed is now taught by thousands of teachers in 40 countries.

As a master in the holistic living, he is also the author of numerous books. His latest, and very timely entry into the world of literature, is The Yoga of Relationships: A Practical Guide to Loving Yourself and Others, published in July 2015. You can learn more at www.amrityoga.org

Capping a 50-year career in publishing, a new edition of Toinette Lippe’s book, Nothing Left Over: A Plain and Simple Life, has been released. The book speaks of “interior housekeeping” and illuminates the true measure of a life lived in terms of usefulness and integrity rather than accomplishment or possessions. With subtle wit, wonderfully evocative language, and clear-eyed wisdom gleaned from her own experience, Toinette teaches us how to discern what is essential and let go of what is not. This “primer in grateful living” (Brother David Steindl-Rast, OSB) shows us how to move through the day with integrity, elegant economy, and grace, and will be of particular interest to female readers on a journey of self-discovery and spiritual seeking.

Toinette now devotes herself to practicing and teaching East Asian brush painting, which she teaches on the Upper West Side of New York City. You can view and purchase her paintings and cards at www.toinettelippe.com.

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