Clara Barton (1821-1912) was a social activist who served as a nurse during the U.S. Civil War and who founded the American Red Cross. Originally published in 1918 as a portion of the author's larger "Clara Barton, Humanitarian," this paperback edition describes Barton's early life and teaching career, her tireless efforts in the U.S. Civil War, her founding of the American Red Cross, and her selfless service in such strife-torn arenas as the Franco-Prussian War, the Johnstown Floods, the Russian Famine, the South Carolina Tidal Wave, Armenia, the Spanish-American War and the Galveston Tidal Wave.
See how a life spent largely outdoors-in the wilds of northern Canada, the underwater wonderland of the Caribbean, and throughout the untamed Himalayas-presented the challenges that shaped a timid mother's boy into a confident yogi and ambassador for self-transformation. Through humorous and poignant life stories--attending an all-male boarding school, coming out as a gay man, building a successful yoga career--here Yogi Aaron shares lessons in living with empowerment and authenticity.
From the creator of Hot Nude Yoga, a global phenomenon during the early 2000's, a story of struggle and healing found through the practices of Tantric yoga. Today owner and yoga director at Blue Osa Yoga Retreat and Spa in Costa Rica and leader of world-wide retreats through Blue Osa Journeys, Yogi Aaron is known for his humorous yet vastly knowledgeable approach to teaching this centuries-old wisdom.
A must-read for aspiring yogis, yoga teachers, world travelers, nudists, gay men, people wanting to manifest positive change in their lives.
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