Nourishing the Teacher by Graduate Danny Arguetty


November 18, 2009

Last Updated:

April 30, 2015

Integrative Nutrition 2004 graduate Danny Arguetty has written a beautiful book, Nourishing the Teacher, inquires, contemplations & insights on the path of yoga

IIN is producing so many quality professionals in the health and wellness field.  We are so proud of our grads and their accomplishments. We congratulate Danny on this wonderful achievement, and hope to hear from more graduates that are out there changing the world! 

The following is a description of Danny’s book:  

“The art and science of yoga invites us into an ever-evolving quest of relationship, both within and beyond ourselves. As we choose to cultivate and nourish our inner teacher through an inquisitive lens, we are better able to step into the dynamic dance of the outer world. Nourishing the Teacher is a text intended to facilitate and highlight the multifaceted and fluid experience we humans have been gifted in the embodied realm. Through contemplations, asanas, off the mat investigations, structured breath practices, meditations, inspirational readings and creative rituals the book offers guidance in the form of inquiry. Nourishing the Teacher utilizes the vast intelligence of yoga philosophy, nature, and ancient cultures to invoke innate insights, that with individual participation, ignite a path more fully aligned with the vast intelligence of nature and the pulsing beauty of our own hearts.”

Please take a moment to find out more about Danny and Nourishing the Teacher at his websites.

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