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Cyndi Lee is the founder of New York City's OM yoga center and provides OM yoga teacher training worldwide. A regular columnist for Yoga Journal, she lives in Columbus, Ohio.
"Whether or not you do yoga, this memoir is riveting."
"Lee's candor in her healing process will likely resonate with self-help fans... For the millions of people - especially women - who fight the fat talk in their heads, her words will be familiar and comforting. In talking about her students, Lee says, 'The honesty and vulnerability of each person touches me deeply.' With this book, Lee has returned the gift." -Associated Press
"Lee has the ability to look at her self-inflicted suffering with honesty, humor, and open-heartedness. . . . her challenges become part of every woman'story." -Yoga International
"With candor and curiosity, Lee describes her battle with self-criticism and share how yoga and lovingkindness helped her make the shift from shame to acceptance." -Yoga Journal
Yoga teacher Cyndi Lee offers a fascinating look at her journey of self-discovery and her struggle to help others while attempting to resolve her self-doubt. Lee's mission takes her across the world and allows her to speak with figures such as actress Jamie Lee Curtis and Louise Hay, one of the founders of the self-help movement. As a narrator, Lee reads with confidence, but allows her tone to become self-deprecating at times, which is fitting given the book's subject matter. Both men and women will be able to relate to the author's body-image issues. And her positive message and enthusiastic delivery will make believers out of skeptics. Many listeners will likely find themselves signing up for yoga classes upon the conclusion of this audiobook. A Dutton hardcover. (Jan.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.