Personal Health Book Jumps Up Amazon.Com Rankings
NEW YORK, Aug. 14 /PRNewswire/ — The online bookseller Amazon.com serves as a dramatic gauge in interest in a phenomenon called “Brain Wave Vibration.”
On August 8, its official release date, the book “Brain Wave Vibration: Getting Back into the Rhythm of a Happy, Healthy Life,” which describes simple, accessible techniques for better health, weight loss and fitness, hit:
-- number one in the mental and spiritual healing category at Amazon.com; -- number two in the motivational, personal transformation and personal health categories; -- number 16 overall on Amazon.com.
This is particularly impressive considering that August 8, 2008 was the opening of the Summer Olympic Games, and considered by many to be the ideal “lucky” day for weddings and other personal and professional milestones. The date 08/08/08 encompasses the traditional lucky number in the Asian world, eight — in a triple dose.
In fact, “Brain Wave Vibration” also comes from an Asian tradition: a unique form of yoga called Dahn Yoga, which incorporates movement, music and meditation to increase fitness, general health and wellness, and happiness.
The book offers exercise tips, explanations of how the brain is affected by specific movements and stories from people who have experienced improved health through this fitness model.
Dahn Yoga was developed from 5,000-year-old martial arts and yoga traditions in South Korea by Ilchi Lee, who is a thought leader in Asia and well-known there for his support of brain-body science. This energy-oriented yoga is now practiced by one million people around the world.
Unlike yogas developed in the Indian tradition, Dahn Yoga emphasizes simple movement, often accompanied by music and rhythms, to increase personal energy for any one of any age and physical condition.
“Brain Wave Vibration” is available for purchase at http://www.amazon.com/. Search “Brain Wave Vibration.” A soundtrack of recommended music and rhythm is also available.
The techniques outlined in the book are taught in Dahn Yoga centers across the United States. For more information, visit http://www.dahnyoga.com/ and http://www.ilchi.com/.
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CONTACT: Lee Ann Fleming of Volume Public Relations, +1-720-529-4850,firstname.lastname@example.org, for Dahn Yoga
Web site: http://www.dahnyoga.com/http://www.ilchi.com/