A Woman's Book of Strength

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Berkley Publishing Group, 1995 - Health & Fitness - 268 pages
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A Woman's Book of Strength uses the pathway of the body to mine the extraordinary powers within us all. It is a journey of the heart, mind, spirit, and body. Strength is not about physical perfection. It's the profound union of body and soul that gives us the freedom to live our lives to the fullest. Strong, we can defeat feelings of helplessness, fear, or low self-esteem. Strong, we can inspire change, justice, and enlightenment. But the work begins in the physical. And the transformation in our bodies reveal the magic power of our thoughts and actions...the special gifts of inner strength that all women possess. Karen Andes shows us how to use our bodies to unlock these inner powers. With clear, easy-to-follow instructions, she shows us how to exercise, how to eat, how to relax, how to deal with our emotions, how to ground and center ourselves, and more.

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About the author (1995)

Karen Andes is a teacher-trainer, a producer of award-winning videos, a public speaker, a Five Star presenter with IDEA and a former co-owner of Gold's Gym in Marin, CA. The author of A Woman's Book of Strength, she also appeared as Cher's physical trainer in the bestselling video Body Confidence. Ms. Andes lives with her husband in San Rafael, CA.

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