Rethinking Alcohol Through the Eight Limbs of Yoga: How a 5,000 year old practice can guide you to better health


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Bright Communications LLC
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5.5 X 8.25 X 0.24 inches | 0.3 pounds

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About the Author

Elizabeth Ross Hubbell is an RYT-500 certified yoga instructor and freelance writer passionate about living a plant-based, alcohol-free life. She hosts a monthly online gathering for those rethinking alcohol in their lives. In March of 2023, she completed a 100-hour yoga spirituality immersion in Rishikesh, India, to deepen her understanding of this ancient practice.Elizabeth previously was an instructional designer with a background in K-12, higher ed, and adult learning. She is co-editor of Thriving as a Woman in Leadership in Higher Ed (2021) and coauthor of six books on instruction, including Instructional Models: How to Choose One, How to Use One (2019), The 12 Touchstones of Good Teaching (2013), and Classroom Instruction that Works, 2nd ed. (2012). She earned her BSEd from UGA in Education and her MA from UC-Denver in Information and Learning Technologies.
Jack Boken is founder of Happy Jack Yoga.


"Elizabeth's message is much-needed in today's fast-paced world of indulgence, numbing out, and avoiding discomfort." - Jack Boken, Founder of Happy Jack Yoga from his Foreword

"Elizabeth's approach of using yoga philosophy to create a healthier relationship with alcohol is a revolutionary way to bring your day-to-day challenges into your practice." - Sarah Beth of Sarah Beth Yoga

"This is a must-read for the yogi wanting to heal their relationship with alcohol in a conscious way." - Glenda Hoon Russell, Nature Therapy Guide and author of Status Foe

"This book is a beautiful balance of story and statistics that will surprise and challenge the reader. A must-read for anyone who is sober curious, or just curious, in general, about the impact alcohol has on individuals and society." - Cate Sommervold, author of Moral Imagination

"With a compassionate and non-judgmental approach, the book and the journal prompts encourage the reader to examine their personal habits and attitudes towards alcohol, fostering self-awareness and self-empowerment." - Peace Ransom, Sound Healer & Yoga Teacher

"An interesting and modern perspective that weaves abstinence and yoga in a way I've never experienced." - Pam Tibbs, The Resilient Restaurateur

"Your example is a light to others and having all your heartfelt words together in this book will, I know, be a support for anyone looking to deepen not only their yoga practice, but also the commitment to living their best life." - Alice Griffin, Wandering Writer and Yoga Teacher