Kara-Leah is the author of two books, Forty Days of Yoga which was published in 2013 and The No-More-Excuses Guide to Yoga, published in 2014.
Forty Days of Yoga has already sold over a thousand books in print, plus many more in electronic formats. It’s become the go-to yoga book for people who are serious about developing and maintaining a home yoga practice.
Both books are available in book shops, online and through Kara-Leah’s website The Yoga Lunchbox.
The No-More-Excuses Guide to Yoga
Released in Print & Electronic Versions September 24, 2014
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Released in Print & Electronic Versions March 26, 2013
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“A reader looks back over their life and notes the books that have changed them, seeing them as part of life’s milestones. When I look back over my life I have noted some books as heralding a change in understanding, direction or expansion; these books have changed me forever. Books like The Artist’s Way, The Power of Now, Outrageous Openness or A Room of Her Own.
Forty Days of Yoga has been given a place in this hallowed group of books that have changed my life forever.”
“From the first page, I was hooked. It’s not about what you practice, it’s not about which poses you do or if you can touch you knee with your nose in a forward bend. None of that matters. What matters is that you turn up to the mat every day and do a mindful yoga practice of some description.”
Forty Days of Yoga Bloggers
Smells Good, Feels Good by Sara Foley, Taylors Arm, Australia
Sara Foley writes about yoga, poetry, family, and health. She also has a whole blog series devoted to her experience of Forty Days of Yoga and how it has helped become a more disciplined, authentic version of herself.
Natural Living by Noreen Macdonald, Nelson, New Zealand
Yoga teacher, naturopath, massage therapist, and mother, Noreen MacDonald is committing to Forty Days of Yoga and to writing about it, and she is inviting her readers to take the journey with her. A number of her yoga students have joined the challenge
Tall, Short and Tiny by Angela Wilson, Dunedin, New Zealand
Angela Wilson fills her blog with stories of her sons and husband, food, crafts, yoga, and books. She recently got back into yoga and completed the Forty Days of Yoga challenge. She’s shared her daily journal of the experience on her blog, as well as other musings on her yoga mission.
Kazzkid by Khara Burgess, Italy
Artist, teacher, and long distance traveler, Khara Burgess loves colour, open mindedness and playing with words. She writes about teaching, travel, street life, wellness and poetry, and has recently committed to a Forty Days of Yoga challenge.
Hold the Frog by Mandy McKeon, France
Mandy writes a blog about her commitment to become a vegetarian, and her Forty Days of Yoga challenge.