The author writes in 23 lyric vignettes that yoga works like a song, healing and restoring from the inside out. The instrument of yoga’s song is the body which includes mind, spirit, emotion, and energy. Yoga’s melodies are alive in the sound of Om, or a vocalized, heartfelt Namaste; some may sing their yoga song in asana through their bodies, others in a group exhale, or a song of the heart rising from a meditative place of deep peace. In a breath centered yoga practice, yogis experience its transforming and therapeutic power where ordinary moments stretch into extraordinary. Described in vignettes like “Transforming the Emotional Body,” “Ritual Process and the Yogi’s New Song,” and “Yoga: A Breathcentric Community,” Yoga Song is informative and inspirational, proclaiming to every yogi that their yoga is a sacred song.
Gregory Ormson, known as #motoryclingyogig, teaches yoga for bikers in Arizona and leads breath workshops on mobilizing prana through breathcentric practice. His yoga writing is published in 23 national and international magazines, journals, and Websites with over 5 million registered readers. Some of his articles have logged nearly 400,000 Facebook views and shared over 7,000 times. Originally from Wisconsin, Ormson received his doctorate degree from the Chicago Theological Seminary where he studied the healing power of touch in ritual environments. He’s a graduate of the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, and Northern Michigan University, Marquette, Michigan. He practices yoga at The Foundry in Tempe, Arizona and teaches yoga for bikers at Superstition Harley Davidson.Read More