create health, you have to trust your gut. And to trust
your gut, you've got to reclaim the wisdom of your belly.
The Woman's Belly Book shows you how. Christiane
Northrup, MD, author of Women's Bodies, Women's
do we live a life that is ours instead of the life we
think we should live? We don't think our way there
we feel it, we intuit it, we listen to our breath, our
heart, and our bellies. Lisa's book is brimming with
incredibly powerful ways to listen to your life through
your belly. This is a fresh, delicious body treat!"
Louden, author of The Woman's Comfort Book
women focus on how to change their bellies
instead of how our bellies can change us. This is what
I love about Lisa Sarasohn's book. We can all learn
to make peace with the belly's shape, and tap into power
and energy sources there I never would have imagined
existed. Bye-bye Xanax! Hello The Woman's Belly Book.
Reinhardt, humorist, speaker, and author of Not
Tonight Honey, Wait 'Til I'm a Size 6
a culture obsessed with tightening the abdomen, The
Woman's Belly Book is a refreshing and practical
change of pace. Open it anywhere and practice the techniques
Lisa suggests. Not only will you feel better, but you
will also have fun connecting with your powerful belly
and its innate wisdom. Judith
Hanson Lasater, PhD, author of Living Your Yoga:
Finding the spiritual in everyday life
Lisa Sarasohn is one of the most authentic individuals
I have ever known
she lives what she believes. Her message of "celebration"
infuses her teaching, her writing, and her relationships.
The Woman's Belly Book is the perfect antidote
to the media's mission to keep us all buffed, botoxed,
and brainless! This book is a terrific resource. Adrienne
Ressler, MA, LMSW, Body Image Specialist and National
Training Director, Renfrew Center Foundation