Like many yogis, I read/browse a crap-ton of yoga books every year because it’s just one of those things I love to do. It makes me happy, inspires me, and (I like to think) helps make me a well-rounded yogi. If you follow Daily Cup of Yoga on Twitter you’ll know I recently declared Hell-Bent: Obsession, Pain, and the Search for Something Like Transcendence in Competitive Yoga by Benjamin Lorr as my favorite yoga memoir of 2012.
Some yoga books are great to read before bed if you have a tough time falling asleep…Hell-Bent falls on the opposite end of the spectrum–you’ll stay up all night indulging in the deep dark secrets of what it’s like to be a Bikram yoga addict. I doubt you’ll be able to put it down either.
I’m excited to say that now’s your chance to win your very own SIGNED COPY of Hell-Bent!
Here’s how to win:
- Grab a favorite yoga-related book you read within the last year, and
- Leave a comment on this post with an inspiring quote from the book.
- That’s it!…but I’d sure be happy if you also “liked” and/or “followed” Daily Cup of Yoga on Facebook/Twitter and/or shared this post so we can all enjoy a humongous banquet of yogic inspiration.
- There’s no scientific process to winning other than I’ll pick my two favorite quotes and those two lucky yogis will be announced the winner next Friday (18 Jan 13).
As always, thanks for reading, good luck, and Namaste!