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Heavenly Hirani's School of Laughing Yoga free pdf Annie Jordan never wanted to go to India: there were too many poor people and the wrong sort of smells. But when fate takes her there anyway, it's not the beggars that cling to her, it's the lessons in life - courtesy of Heavenly Hirani and her seaside laughing yoga. "Every once in a while you read a book that truly deeply resonates. You're affected at gut level, you're invested in colorful, believable characters and their everyday deeds both good and bad. [This] is that book." - New Plymouth Daily News "Take EAT, PRAY, LOVE, add laughter and you have the beginnings of Sarah-Kate Lynch's latest offering. Funny, touching, and a great reminder to breathe deeply and giggle." - Australian Womens Weekly "A tender big-hearted story about a woman rediscovering herself and her place in the world, infused with all the wit and warmth we have come to know and love Sarah-Kate Lynch for." - Booksellers New Zealand Blog "Warning: This book will make you want to pack your bags for India." - New Zealand Herald

About Sarah-Kate Lynch

Sarah-Kate Lynch lives in New Zealand and is one of the country's most successful novelists and a much-loved magazine columnist. Reading 'Date with Sarah-Kate' in NZ WOMAN'S DAY is like catching up with her every week for a coffee - something it can be hard to do in real life*, given that she's also the magazine's travel editor. This means she's often abandoning the dog and her husband, film production designer Mark Robins, and fleeing solo to foreign parts. In the case of HEAVENLY HIRANI'S SCHOOL OF LAUGHING YOGA, however, it was Mark who did the fleeing - although Sarah-Kate refused to be abandoned, so she went too. The dog was not so lucky. Follow Sarah-Kate on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, or visit her website: sarah-katelynch.com.

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Author : Sarah-Kate Lynch
Publisher : New Street Communications, LLC
Data Published : 02 January 2015
ISBN : 0692340130
EAN : 9780692340134
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 324 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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