“This is a splendid study. It will make fascinating and indispensable reading not only for anyone interested in racial issues in America, but also for those who want to understand the nature of American culture itself.”

– Cass Sunstein, Robert Walmsley University Professor and founder/director, Program on Behavioral Economics and Public Policy, Harvard Law School 

 

“Carol Horton’s ‘Yoga PhD’ is a unique engagement with the complexities of being a yoga practitioner in America today. Anyone looking to deepen their thinking about yoga’s global transformations would do well to read this book.”

– Mark Singleton, Senior Research Fellow, SOAS, University of London; author, Yoga Body: The Origins of Modern Posture Practice 

 
 
 
 

“21st Century Yoga challenged my convictions, made me cry, laugh and be truly proud to be part of the collective inquiry of this ancient practice.”

– Elena Brower, international yoga teacher; author, Art of Attention, Practice You: A Journal, and Better Apart

 
 

“Bringing yoga to incarcerated and system-involved people is an incredible and necessary endeavor that involves not only healing and stress management, but also empowerment and justice. If you’re interested in working in the criminal justice system, please use this invaluable and thoughtful resource to guide you in this very important work.”

– Seane Corn, international yoga teacher; co-founder, Off the Mat, Into the World

 

“This book is a truly remarkable resource — so much practical expertise is extraordinarily well presented. Before reading it, I had no idea how much I didn’t know about working with veterans and their families. Now, I see this book as a must-read for those working in the field, and as a model for best practices in other fields as well.”

– John Kepner, Executive Director, International Association of Yoga Therapists

 

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