Amy Weintraub breaks into fiction, but her yogi roots ground the experience
Amy Weintraub, founder of Life Force Yoga and author of Temple Dancer joins eHealth Radio and the Yoga Channel.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Amy Weintraub discuss the following:
How can a regular yoga practice inspire creativity in your work and life?
I know you are a proponent of evidence-based yoga protocols - what does that mean?
How can some of these evidence-based yoga protocols help manage mood?
You've published about yoga before, but your next book is fiction, why did you make the switch?
How did a deeper relationship with the Indian history you researched for Temple Dancer enrich your yoga practice?
Amy Weintraub, MFA, E-RYT 500, C-IAYT, YACEP, founder of the LifeForce Yoga® Healing Institute, is a pioneer in the field of yoga and mental health. She is the author of two non-fiction books, Yoga for Depression (Broadway Books, 2004) and Yoga Skills for Therapists (W.W. Norton, 2012), as well as numerous articles and book chapters. Her evidence-based yoga protocol for managing mood is used in healthcare settings globally, offered in professional trainings, and is featured on eight audio-visual products, including the LifeForce Yoga® series, an award-winning library of evidence-based yoga and meditation CDs and DVDs for mood management.
Amy holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in literary fiction from Bennington College and graduated summa cum laude from Boston University with a degree in English Literature. Her short fiction and poetry have appeared in numerous literary journals. She is the recipient of the Allen Tate Memorial Award for the Short Story and a finalist for the William Faulkner Award for the Novel and for the Heekin Group Foundation Fellowship for the novel-in-progress, and received second place in the Writer’s Digest Writing Competition for Literary Fiction.
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