Moon Path Yoga: Kundalini Practices and Rituals for Women to Align with the Lunar Cycles (Paperback)

Moon Path Yoga: Kundalini Practices and Rituals for Women to Align with the Lunar Cycles By Sierra Hollister Cover Image

Moon Path Yoga: Kundalini Practices and Rituals for Women to Align with the Lunar Cycles (Paperback)

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Experience the powerful, revitalizing, feminine “lunar” energy at the heart of Kundalini yoga practice, through this beautifully-illustrated guide with over 170 asana, pranayama, mantra, and meditations for practitioners of all levels.

One of the oldest forms of yoga, Kundalini Yoga is a timeless tradition that includes powerful, specific teachings for anyone identifying as female. These “lunar” practices not only support well-being, health, and vitality through every stage of life, but also awaken and enhance Shakti—the divine feminine, creative life force.
  
Sierra Hollister helps women discover their unique moon cycle and offers specific sequences (kriya)  for daily life, for mothering, for sexuality and relationships—as well as practices, breathing exercises, mudra, mantra, and recipes to provide support and balance.
 
Moon Path Yoga offers a comprehensive lunar rhythm practice that allows women of any age to awaken their innate divine feminine energy.

llustrated with over 125 color photos, this guide includes:
  • Practice for Radiance, Vitality, and Grace 
  • Gestating: A Prenatal Sequence
  • Meditation for a Calm Heart 
  • Meditation for Couples
  • Sequence to Relieve PMS—or to Slow Down and Experience Gratitude
  • SIERRA HOLLISTER, ERYT 500, is a beloved yoga teacher throughout the Appalachian Mountains, and widely considered to be a "teacher's teacher." Sierra is a featured teacher on the Yoga International platform, has appeared in Yoga Journal, is a lead teacher in Asheville for both 200 and 500 hour YTT certifications, and teaches at Warren Wilson College. Sierra is a mother, runner, yogini, and an engaged activist for social and environmental justice.
    Product Details ISBN: 9781611809558
    ISBN-10: 161180955X
    Publisher: Shambhala
    Publication Date: October 25th, 2022
    Pages: 192
    Language: English
    “Our connection to the moon and the cycles of nature is a key to returning to radiant health. Sierra Hollister illuminates an accessible and beautiful path to connect with lunar wisdom in this sacred offering.”—Tracee Stanley, author of Radiant Rest and Empowered Life Oracle Deck
     
    “In these soulful times, Sierra's offering of Moon Path Yoga is a generous gift of juicy movement, meditation, mudra, mantra, life-style practices for women of all phases and stages of their cycle to integrate the often forgotten but so essential lunar rejuvenation that we long for. A treasure for all!”—Shiva Rea, author of Tending the Heart Fire, and founder of the Samudra Global School for Living Yoga
      
    “Sierra Hollister is one of my favorite yoga teachers and my awe for her is refreshed with this beautiful, beautiful book. Moon Path Yoga manages to be accessible, non-intimidating for the novice while also brimming with wisdom for teachers. It affirms the connection that I, along with my daughters, have always felt to the moon. In wedding the moon with yoga, Sierra has created an enduring gift – reminding us that yoga is not about youth or physical prowess but instead living and aging with grace, with both the bliss and clarity when we stay connected to earth, moon, and each other.”—Andie McDowell, actress
      
    “Moon Path Yoga is a reminder of the old and wise medicine the moon offers. The ancient teachings of the moon and how it lives inside us are brought forth through words, movement, flow, meditations, mudra, mantra, and more. Sierra Hollister has created a guide for those of us who identify as women to honor the moon and her cycles and for us all to return the energy of the divine feminine-soft, powerful, waxing, and waning. Moon Path Yoga is a prayer for us to remember the relationship between darkness and lightness. It calls us into remembering to allow the moon to guide us as we create and traverse a pathway towards freedom.”—Michelle Cassandra Johnson, author of Finding Refuge and Skill in Action