“The crisp fall air has us wanting to curl up with a cup of tea and a good read. Check out what our team have to say about the books they dove into this Summer.”

Mackenzie: “How We Live Our Yoga by Valerie Jeremijenko”

Becky: “My favorite from this summer was definitely To Know Yourself by Swami Satchidananda”

Nitya: “Loved reading The Help this summer and I am currently reading The Good Food Revolution by Will Allen. Will was in town working with Farm 2 Family on a fundraiser this summer bringing awareness to the local food/ small farmer movement.”

Laura: Anatomy of the Spirit by Caroline Myss and Buddha’s Brain by Dr. Rick Hanson. “Also, I HIGHLY recommend watching the documentary “I Am” and Brene Brown’s: The Power of Vulnerability on TED.com. F..A..B..U..L..O..U..S!”

Lany: The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire by Deepak Chopra.

Chase: “I haven’t quite finished it yet, but Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert M. Pirsig is a very interesting read. Essentially it provides a broader view of Philosophy and Science, forming generalizations present in both (and in many cases much more). Also, for any dog owners, I read a book called The Invisible Link to Your Dog by Angie Mink. It is a quick read, and bestows a cool idea to think about.”

Lacy: “Wild by Cheryl Strayed is a fantastic look at a young woman’s discovery that the Pacific Crest Trail was actually a path to the strength, light, and power within herself.”

Sue: “Being Peace by Thich Nhat Hanh. This book is small, easily portable, and contains amazing nuggets of insight and wisdom. Every time I look through it, another valuable lesson resonates. Simple suggestions for cultivating mindfulness, compassion, and meditation are included.”

“Breathing in, I calm my body. Breathing out, I smile. Dwelling in the present moment I know this is a wonderful moment. Calming. Smiling. Present moment. Wonderful moment. Thich Nhat Hanh invites us to try it.”

Kelly: ”Fire Starter Sessions by Danielle LaPorte, the creativity mastermind, andLiving Your Yoga; a classic that I have read and refer back to many times over the years.”