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Musician's Yoga: A Guide to Practice, Performance and Inspiration 
Reserve ML3820 .O47 M8 2009  Check Availability
Image:Myogas2.jpg Become a better musician through yoga. By integrating yoga into your practice routines, you will develop a more focused and concentrated mind for performance. ... Mia Olson is a professor in the woodwind department at Berklee College of Music where she teaches flute, piano, and Yoga for Musicians, which have been an inspiration for this book:
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Coming to Our Senses: Healing Ourselves and the World Through Mindfulness 
BL627 .K33 2005  Check Availability
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As stress continues to exact a toll on everyday life, people are increasingly turning to ancient, meditative methods, which have been tested by science, to relieve the ill effects and become more focused, healthy, and proactive. Kabat-Zinn has been for decades at the forefront of this mind/body movement and the revolution in medicine and health care it has spawned, demystifying it and bringing it into the mainstream.
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Healing Imagery and Music: Pathways to the Inner Self 
ML3920 .B87 1995  Check Availability
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The Bonny Method of Guided Imagery, an innovative program of music therapy, uses the harmonies and melodies of classical masterworks to unlock inner stresses and explore the most deeply embedded areas of the psyche. It is a truly profound strategy for personal transformation. Listen to the beautiful music on the companion disk while completing guided imagery exercises.
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About a Body 
RC489.M53 A255 2006  Check Availability
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The body is viewed as integral to the mind in this book and in the approaches illustrated in it. Instead of splitting off the body and treating the patient as a body with a mind, contributors from a variety of approaches ask the reader to consider how we might be with, and work with, "bodymind" as an interrelated whole.
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