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Nice review of everything nice
Reviewed in the United States on March 7, 2020
This book is a very pleasing repackage of all the healthy physical mental habits a person would ever need. (With a welcome reprieve from diet)
So you’ll get plenty on body alignment postures (maybe the most salient part I thought), nose breathing, good and playful movement, meditation, home arrangement, yoga-lite, decompression of joints (using the bands he also sells separately...ya)..and naturally a nod to Wim Hof (de riguer in today’s wellnesssphere). And that sort of stuff. Aummm.
There’s nothing particularly wrong with anything here, it’s just I personally didn’t really need to buy this book (I was expecting a more coherent fitness regimen for my PT clients, alas not really)...there’s nothing really original on offer. (Well. OK...I hadn’t heard of Salt Lamps before, so there, something new.)
If you have not studied many mind-body live well principles before, or want just enjoy a good review of, I guess Aaron’s book is a good a place to go.