Yoga for Travellers : Sequences, postures and guidance for every journey
How do I keep my yoga practice going while I travel? What are the best postures for jet-lag? What stretches should I do after scuba-diving? Or cycling? Or the morning after a big night out? Is there a good yoga sequence for when I'm feeling tired and lonely? What do I do if there's not enough space for my mat? The answer to all these questions and much more lies within the pages of this little book. Written by a seasoned yoga teacher and international traveller, whose positive and compassionate wisdom comes through on every page, this is the only travel yoga book you will ever need.
- Paperback | 216 pages
- 140 x 175 x 14mm | 290g
- 07 Nov 2014
- Pinter & Martin Ltd.
- London, United Kingdom
- 127 Line drawings, unspecified; 10 Illustrations, color
'Essential kit for any yoga traveller. Hungover, lonesome or sharing a dorm - this book will see you through.' Lucy Edge, author of Yoga School Dropout 'With Yoga for Travellers, Jennifer Ellinghaus has become the guru of making the whole world our yoga mat. This book is like a witty and companionable friend. I can't wait to put it in my suitcase, right next to my much-loved yoga mat." Judith Hanson Lasater, Ph.D., P.T., yoga teacher since 1971 and author of eight books 'A must-have for any travelling yogi! Don't leave home without this beautiful, wise book.' Brian Leaf, author of Misadventures of a Garden State Yogi and Misadventures of a Parenting Yogi
About Jennifer J. Ellinghaus
Jennifer Ellinghaus has been backpacking since 1997 and teaching Yoga since 2006. She trained as a yoga teacher at The Life Centre (now Yogacampus) in London, and has also been influenced by her teachers Charlotte Bliss, Graham Burns, Doug Keller, Susanne Lahusen and Rod Stryker. Jenny believes everyone can benefit from practicing yoga, and has a light-hearted approach to teaching. She lives in Melbourne, Australia.
Our customer reviews
A fantastic book to take on all your travels and adventures, this book is also perfect when you are not travelling to use in your everyday life. Has all the poses and sequences that you will ever need whilst travelling and to keep you practicing yoga while you are on the road; even if you are new to yoga. This will be the first thing I pack into my backpack for my next trip.show moreby Zowie Foster