A Woman's Book of Power

A Woman's Book of Power

Using Dance to Cultivate Energy and Health in Mind, Body, and Spirit

Book - 1998
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"Karen Andes emphasizes an integral approach to fitness--one that involves body, mind, heart and soul. She addresses different aspects of our beings with her unique combination of the physical and spiritual." --Michael Murphy, co-founder of Esalen Institute; author of Golf In the Kingdom, The Future of the Body, and The Kingdom of Shivas IronsAlways at the forefront of health and physical fitness, renowned teacher-trainer Karen Andes has reinvented exercise for women by re-introducing dance as a source of both aerobic and spiritual fitness. This easy to understand, step-by-step guide explores the round, soft movements that feel more natural to the female body. By incorporating influences from Middle Eastern dance, other ancient sacred dances, as well as martial arts and yoga, Karen Andes has created a simple approach to movement which draws on our ancient past and serves our modern lives.
Publisher: New York, NY : Berkley Pub. Group, 1998.
ISBN: 9780399523724
Characteristics: xii, 201 p. :,ill. ;,24 cm.


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