Yoga for Witches
Release: March 2020
Paperback: ISBN 978-1-910559-55-0 | $15.99 | €13.99 | £10.99 | 8.5″x 5.5″ | 216x140mm | 200pp
eBook: ISBN: 978-1-910559-54-3
Categories: Health & Fitness / Women’s Health
FIND YOUR MAGIC ON THE MAT
Yoga for Witches explores a new kind of journey, connecting two powerful spiritual disciplines, with enchanting effects! Witchcraft and yoga share many similarities that are, for the first time, explored in combination, in this groundbreaking new title from Sarah Robinson, certified yoga instructor and experienced witch.
Yoga for Witches shares exercises, poses and the knowledge you need to connect to your own special magic and inner power.
- Find out what the word yoga really means.
- Explore how ancient yogis sought out magic.
- Discover some of the goddesses and gods of yogic and witch culture.
- Weave magic through spells, mantra, meditation and yoga practice.
- Explore the magic of the chakras.
- Connect to the power of the Sun, Moon and Earth via witchcraft and yoga.
Sarah Robinson is a yoga and meditation teacher based in Bath, UK (once named after a goddess: the ancient Roman town of Aquae Sulis). Her background is in science. She holds an MSc in Psychology and Neuroscience and has studied at Bath, Exeter and Harvard Universities.
Yoga for Witches is a treat for yoginis and witches alike.
The book is a practical friend for everyone who’s looking to integrate our indigenous wisdom of witchery and earth-based connection with the spiritual practices of yoga. Sarah Robinson offers a valuable, simple guide for the curious yogi or the beginning witch. This is a great introduction to the fundamental links between an embodied cyclical practice of everyday witchcraft and the most straightforward of yoga techniques.
Uma Dinsmore-Tuli PhD, author of Yoni Shakti: a woman’s guide to power and freedom through yoga and tantra, co-founder of The Yoga Nidra Network and Santosa Eco Yoga Camps
Yoga for Witches is smart, well written and its subject is a welcome change and unique contribution to the ever expanding literature of contemporary Witchcraft. Most importantly, the author’s genuine and warm-hearted spirit welcomes and encourages the reader to discover, explore and cultivate a life filled with real magic.
Phyllis Curott, Wiccan Priestess, activist attorney, internationally best-selling author of Book of Shadows, Wicca Made Easy, The Witches Wisdom Tarot, and Vice Chair Emerita, Parliament of the World’s Religions
Yoga for Witches combines two ancient traditions in a fascinating and readable way. An essential book for the modern seeker looking to bring their faith and spiritual yoga practice together in new and inspiring ways.
Alice B. Grist, author of Dirty and Divine
Yoga for Witches is a beautifully written book that blends yoga with the art of witchcraft, tapping into natural magic that happens both on and off the yoga mat. Sarah gently shows you how you can enhance your life through Eastern wisdom and Western magical practice, throwing in goddesses, rituals and practical suggestions along the way. It’s a perfect book for yogis who are curious about witchcraft as well as witches looking for a deeper connection to their craft.
If I ever take up yoga, this is the book I’m going to use.
Paula Brackston, author of The Witch’s Daughter
In Yoga for Witches Sarah Robinson has found a delightful balance as she simultaneously demystifies and honors the mystery inherent in both yoga and witchcraft. This book is rich with information about both traditions, yet it never overwhelms the reader. Deeply scholarly and yet totally accessible, Yoga for Witches awakens the magic within each one of us.
Gina Martin, author of Sisters of the Solstice Moon
A ‘must-read’ for all the closet yoga-witches out there needing the tools and motivations to proudly reclaim our herstory as healers, wise women, goddesses, yogis, priestesses and oracles.
Tamara Pitelen, founder of Blue Dea Books, author, energy healer and yoga instructor
I have longed for a book like this to be written! I’ve noticed many correlations between witchcraft and yoga and Sarah puts them in words that are eloquent and knowledgeable. The blend between the craft of a Witch and the deep-rooted history of Yoga brings, through the many well-crafted spiritual practices in this book, the reader to stay grounded through the breath, movement and to be mindful of the many cycles we, as witches follow.
Katie Smith, astrologer and designer of the Urban Witchery® Planner