Tav Sparks wrote the book, Movie Yoga™. As he tells personal stories about his own practice of Movie Yoga on this audio CD, Tav inspires and challenges us to begin practicing as well.
In Movie Yoga we watch films (as we love to do anyway) and add a willingness to track our own emotions and memories fearlessly. The practice of Movie Yoga often results in more self-understanding, better relationships, and healing — and all the while we are enjoying movies.
Tav Sparks is a writer, international workshop leader, and Director of Grof Transpersonal Training, a program offering certification in Holotropic Breathwork™. For nearly 25 years he has worked therapeutically with people in non-ordinary states of consciousness. He is the author of Movie Yoga: How Every Film Can Change Your Life. His writing also includes screenplays, the poetry book, Through Thunder, and the training manual Doing Not Doing: A Facilitator’s Guide to Holotropic Breathwork. A pioneer in the field of the wellness perspective in addiction, he is the author of the groundbreaking work, The Wide Open Door, the Twelve Steps, Spiritual Tradition, and the New Psychology. He lives in Mill Valley, California, with his wife, Cary, and son, Bryn. His son, Ason, and his grandsons, Dallin and Kellin, live in Georgia.
Learn more about Tav at movieyoga.com
Watch Tav talk about Movie Yoga at youtube.com