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Thursday, March 1, 2012

Contact High

In Contact Yoga, Tara Lynda Guber shares the seven points of contact as it pertains to yoga and every relationship we have, whether it be with our co-workers, children, parents or partners.

Using poses specifically designed for two people and utilizing the seven points of contact - trust, passion, commitment, love, communication, vision, and union - this method of yoga helps create greater intimacy, and increase the joy found in our current relationships.

As Guber points out, "It's easy to see what happens when these points are skipped over." We see it all the time.
"Without trust, passion can lead you to betrayal; without passion, commitment is an obligation; without commitment, love doesn't have the protection it needs to deepen; without love, communication can be hurtful; without communication, there is no shared vision; and without all of these, union is incomplete."

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With black and white photographs of a multitude of yoga poses, shot by Norman Seeff, Contact Yoga is geared toward those who want to take yoga - and their relationships - to the next level.

Contact yogis posing in the book include Cheryl Tiegs, Harry Hamlin, Lisa Rinna, Elizabeth Berkley, Linda Gray, as well as many other recognized faces and names in the yoga world.


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