Moon Yoga by Lisa Hood- Book review/Blog Tour

I’m pleased to be part of the Random Things Tours Blog Tour for Moon Yoga by Lisa Hood- yoga practice that can fit into your busy life.

Yoga is both a physical practice and a spiritual one. Expert yoga instructor Lisa Hood provides insightful guidance on how to shape a spiritual practice that channels the moon’s energy to stimulate vitality, creativity, productivity and relaxation. Whether you work through a whole flow, focus on one pose, or just work through a breathing exercise, aligning your body and your mind in a moment of spiritual connection with the moon can help you centre yourself, even if just for a few moments in the middle of a busy day.
– Learn about how each phase of the moon brings a different energy into your life.
– Move with the moon with yoga positions and flows that draw on the energy of each of the nine lunar phases.
– Adjust your practice seasonally with practices for each of the full moons of the year, such as the Wolf Moon, Flower Moon and Corn Moon.
– Find rituals to carry you through the cycles of the moon.
With uplifting mantras and rituals to provide grounding, strengthened intuition and mindfulness beyond your physical practice, Moon Yoga gives you all the tools you need to move in sync with the moon.


I try to be regular in my Yoga practice but I have to admit I struggle with this, so I look forward to incorporating Lisa’s Hood Moon Yoga into my daily life (or at least try to!).

I received a copy of the book for a free and unbiased opinion.

The book’s illustrations complement the content perfectly and the book itself was a quick and easy read. The yoga practices in the book follow the phases of the moon and each posture flows into another smoothly (so like sun salutations). A few of the main poses are described in detail and there were a few that were new to me.

There are several meditative and reflective exercises throughout the book to complement your practice.

I loved the practices in the book as they are short enough to fit in between activities ( as are the meditative exercises) and these exercises will complement anyone’s yoga practice. I do think that prior knowledge of some of the basic yoga postures would be helpful before using this book but there is enough description of each pose to be able to attempt them.

Perfect for 

Beginners to yoga or anyone who would like to add a little more to their yoga practice.


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