Elena Brower is an author, yoga teacher, and speaker. She is influenced by several yoga traditions and recognized internationally for her expertise in offering practices for approaching our world with realistic reverence. She is the author of Art of Attention, a yoga workbook that has been translated into six languages and the creator of Teach.yoga, a virtual home for yoga teachers worldwide. Currently, she’s working on her latest book, Practice You, which will be released in fall 2017.
This incredible woman is one of my mentors and dear friends. Elena and her husband, James, have an inspiring approach to life and their relationship that I am excited to share with you. I’ve been getting a lot of questions about relationships and finding a partner, and I’m thrilled to have Elena and James on to answer your questions about dating in the digital age, looking for perfection, and manifesting your partner.
Radically Wise Elena & James
Radically Inspired Clarity
Elena & James Answer…
Radically Loved Quotes
“Even in the ideal lover there are things that I would get hung up about, but there’s beauty in working through that.”
“We can manifest anything if we design it properly. If we know what we want, we can recognize it.”
“Every single person out there is a human being with potential. Your man or woman is there. Just have faith in it.”
“Love yourself so much that you don’t even need another person. The right person will be able to tell that you love yourself and want to know more.”
A Little More About Our Guest
Art of Attention has been ranked number one for book design in the States, Germany and France, and has now been translated into six languages. The accompanying Art of Attention Yoga Healing Cards, designed by Erica Jago, now in their second printing, are being used in more than fifty countries for divination and daily inspiration. Elena's next book, Practice You, will be released Fall 2017 by Sounds True.Elena is also an executive producer of On Meditation: Documenting the Inner Journey, a film that intimately explores meditation experiences. She's contributed to the Huffington Post, MindBodyGreen, and Yoga Journal, and has been featured in the New York Times and on major network news channels.