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text 2018-05-15 12:27
200 hour yoga teacher training in Rishikesh India

 

 

  1. Want to become a recognized Yoga Teacher? Ekam Yogashala presents a comprehensive 200 hour yoga teacher training in Rishikesh for all aspiring candidates. A golden opportunity to interact with international level Yoga instructors as well as get certified from Yoga US Alliance (an international acclamation) while basking in the serene ambience of Rishikesh.

The following are the benefits of enrolling in yoga teacher training in Rishikesh:

- Get international acclamation from Yoga US Alliance.

- Learn the philosophy and science behind Yogic poses and breathing technique.

- Learn the poses, asanas, mudras, meditation and pranayama in its correct form

- Three times vegan meal with salads, fruits, and healthy drinks.

- Clean accommodation with hot water, CCTV, and Wi-Fi facilities.

- Extra activities like trekking, water rafting, experiencing Ganga aarti and kirtan.

- Become an internationally certified Yoga teacher.

 

Yoga teacher training India is designed to cover all the major aspects of Yoga and instil in the students the theoretical as well as the practical aspects to master the subject. Fresh food is prepared from local vegetables and herbs which are purely sattvic. All the more, all the study material will be provided.

 

So, what are you waiting for? Enrol today and make your dream of becoming a successful Yoga teacher true!

Source: www.ekamyogashala.com/200-hour-yoga-teacher-training-rishikesh-india
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review 2018-05-06 04:07
Trust
Level UP - Annabeth Albert

Landon absolutely did not want to do this calendar shoot.  If the photographer had not known how to coax him out of his shell, it could have been a disaster.  Afterwards, he realizes he is attracted to the quiet photographer and wants to spend more time with him.

 

Bailey is immediately attracted to Landon.  He appreciated the qualities that make him the shy almost recluse of a professor that he is.  After spending time gaming together - they realize this could be worth a shot.  Now if they can just put past pain and hurt behind them.

 

I felt like these characters were a great mix.  I loved the reference to the amazing Gaymers series also!  This story unfolds at a rather steady pace.  The heat is obvious, but the solution is not.  As always, this author brings us a book that makes us smile.  Even after the storm.  I give this story a 3/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

 

 

***This ARC copy was given in exchange for an honest review.

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review 2018-05-02 06:31
Trust
The President's Daughter - Micky O'Brady

 

Alix has had so much taken from her.  Her body is not the same.  Her relationships with others' are not the same.  Her feelings about herself and what she can accomplish are not the same.  But all of this is about to change.

 

Sam and Ian are men in her life that help her in some way.  Whether it be emotional, physical, or mental - they both serve a purpose.  She cares about both of them deeply.  The question now remains, who can help her move on to her future?

 

This book was fast paced and exciting!  I loved every page and devoured it like candy.  I think the characters themselves are deep and rich.  I love the setting, it gives the writer a lot to enrich the story for the reader.  The book overall was one of the best I have ever read.  I am so excited for the next installment to this new heart thumping series.  I give this a 5/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

 

 

***This early copy was given in exchange for an honest review, by Netgalley and its publishers.

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review 2018-04-10 04:06
A Portrait of an Artist as an Old Man (and his son)
The Italian Teacher - Tom Rachman

I am going to say some nice things about this book, but the thing that kept going through my mind -- for at least the first two-thirds -- was: haven't I read this before? There are a couple of Richard Russo books hidden here, one Matthew Norman -- and I want to say DeLillo, Tropper and Weiner, too, but I can't put my finger on which of those -- and probably a few others that I don't recall. That's not necessarily a bad thing -- we've all read plenty of books that are just variations on well-established themes. What I had to ask myself was: did Rachman have anything new to say with his take? Did he throw in some interesting twists to the mix? Was it a rewarding experience for the reader? I think my answers were: not really, sort of, and not particularly.

 

The novel revolves around Bear Bavinsky, a painter of renown, an iconoclast, a rock star in a pre-rock star age -- and a serial monogamist on his second marriage when we meet him. He's essentially a Jeff Bridges character. His son, Charles (nicknamed Pinch) idolizes him (many of his children do, but Charles doesn't get over it the way most do).  Bear is mercurial, irresponsible, unfaithful, arrogant, and incredibly charming. Really, the difference between Rachman's Bear Bavinsky and Russo's Donald "Sully" Sullivan is that Bear has money (that's just to help you understand him, not a commentary on the character). When he turns on the charm, he can get seemingly anyone -- detractor, fan, or something in between -- to feel important, to feel pivotal, captivating, and so on. Most people shake off this effect after a couple of days (although they seem to hold on to a little bit of it for decades) -- Charles never does. He spends his life striving for his father's attention, favor, affection -- anything. He shapes his life around those things which will hopefully get Bear's approval -- and when he fails (or at least, doesn't succeed as he hopes) in the endeavor, and/or doesn't get Bear's approval he has a moment of clarity, stumbles into something else and then eventually falls back into the search for his Father's approbation.

 

Ironically, compared to the rest of Bear's kids, Charles has that approval. He just doesn't realize it -- and maybe it's because the rest have given up and don't seek him out as much. We follow Charles' life from childhood, to adolescence (living with a divorced mother now), in college, early adulthood and then in his 50s. Striving for significance, striving for something beyond his reach -- and yearning for his father. It's a decent, if lonely, life -- and could've been something better if he hadn't allowed so much of it to be shaped by his father, what Charles things his father wants, and then listening to his father's input when he really shouldn't.

 

As the jacket copy says, "Until one day, Pinch begins an astonishing plan that’ll change art history forever..." It stops being a book that I've read before (mostly), takes on its own flavor -- and gets worse. But your results may vary.

 

I thought Bear was an interesting character -- but not one I wanted to spend a lot of time with. I felt too much pity for Charles to really get invested in him. No one else in the book was really worth the effort. The story was unimpressive and oddly paced. Which is not to say it's a bad novel, it's just not one I could appreciate that much. There were conversations, scenes, etc. that were just great. I kept waiting for there to be a moment (probably the "Until one day...") that this book turned for me -- like Rachman's last one did -- and it never came.

 

Maybe it was just my mood, maybe it's my utter incapability of appreciating visual art, maybe it's actually Rachman stumbling. I don't know -- this just didn't work for me. Am I glad I read it? I think so -- if only because I don't have to wonder what the new Rachman book is like. I'm still giving it 3 stars because of the skill Rachman displayed -- I just didn't enjoy what he did with it.

 

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Source: irresponsiblereader.com/2018/04/09/the-italian-teacher-by-rom-rachman
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review 2018-04-07 06:41
Hope
After Hours - Emjay Haze

Nick meets Alex when he comes in to the club where he is working.  He cannot help but feel the good looking guy seems sweet.  Then he finds out he is everything.

 

Alex has found himself living a good life without any happiness.  He has a lot to be grateful for, but not what he has always wanted.  When he meets a man who is following his own dreams, he second guesses where he is and where he is going.

 

This book was like a chapter out of a persons life.  I felt like I was watching it take place.  I loved the sexy times since they were full of heat.  The banter was cute, and the pace of the story was good.  These characters give us a good solid read.  I give this a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

 

 

***This ARC copy was given in exchange of an honest review, by Netgalley and its publishers.

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