Whenever I find an interesting book (interesting in my own opinion) I like to share it with others–and most often, the “others” are those in my yoga classes. Recently, in my Tuesday Chair Yoga class, we talked about a few books for those who live, or dabble, in some form of creativity. It is a delight to learn more about the creative lives of my yoga friends.
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I have read each of these books, and while this is not a comprehensive list, these are my favorites:
On to the list:
The Right to Write by Julia Cameron
It’s Never Too Late to Begin Again by Julia Cameron
The Creative Habit by Twyla Tharp– this is my latest read, and I loved this book!
I hope this list inspires you– I know CALS has many, if not all, of these books so you might want to check out their site.
If you have others to add, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.