This is not a self-help book,” says Kay. “Rather, it is a commentary on the state of our country, due to the obesity we have allowed the mind to become."
TAMPA, Fla. (PRWEB) April 18, 2013
After returning to America from a 10-year living in Asia, Alison J. Kay, PhD. was surprised by the amount of obese Americans she saw – and she isn’t just talking about their large waist bands.
In her new book, What if There’s Nothing Wrong?, Kay uses her blended background of 20+ years in specialized Eastern health to translate the techniques of yogic, Taoist and Buddhist philosophy she learned in Asia into everyday practices for the busy American mind.
“This is not a self-help book,” says Kay. “Rather, it is a commentary on the state of our country, due to the obesity we have allowed the mind to become.”
What if There’s Nothing Wrong? is a guide for understanding the reasoning and research of Eastern medicine, while also exposing the reader to a variety of philosophies and practices that can make their body and mind healthier. Throughout the book, Kay depicts ways that the everyday American can adopt healthy nutrition, body-mind connection and even cut the number of prescription drugs in America, just by implementing these simple lifestyle changes.
What if There’s Nothing Wrong?
By Alison J. Kay, PhD
Price: (SC) $24.99, (HC) $42.99, (E) $3.99
Available at http://www.balboapress.com, http://www.amazon.com, and http://www.barnesandnoble.com
About the author
Alison J. Kay, PhD is a wholistic life coach, energy healer, India trained YA yoga and meditation teacher and ACE certified personal trainer. She hosts her own radio show, “Create Your Best Life Ever” on World Talk Radio, the biggest online media company on the7th Wave Channel. Kay currently lives in Florida.
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