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100 1  Dederer, Claire,|d1967- 
245 10 Poser :|b[my life in twenty-three yoga poses]|h[Hoopla 
       electronic resource]. 
250    Unabridged. 
264  1 [United States] :|bBlackstone Publishing,|c2011. 
264  2 |bMade available through hoopla 
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511 0  Read by Christine Williams. 
520    "The studio was decorated in the style of Don't Be Afraid,
       We're Not a Cult. All was white and blond and clean, as 
       though the room had been designed for surgery, or Swedish 
       people. The only spot of color came from the Tibetan 
       prayer flags strung over the doorway into the studio. In 
       flagrant defiance of my longtime policy of never entering 
       a structure adorned with Tibetan prayer flags, I removed 
       my shoes, paid my ten bucks, and walked in…" Ten years 
       ago, Claire Dederer put her back out while breastfeeding 
       her baby daughter. Told to try yoga by everyone from the 
       woman behind the counter at the co-op to the homeless guy 
       on the corner, she signed up for her first class. She fell
       madly in love. Over the next decade, she would tackle 
       triangle, wheel, and the dreaded crow, becoming fast 
       friends with some poses and developing long-standing feuds
       with others. At the same time, she found herself 
       confronting the forces that shaped her generation. 
       Daughters of women who ran away to find themselves and 
       made a few messes along the way, Dederer and her peers 
       grew up determined to be good, good, good-even if this 
       meant feeling hemmed in by the smugness of their organic-
       buying, attachment-parenting, anxiously conscientious 
       little world. Yoga seemed to fit right into this virtuous 
       program, but to her surprise, Dederer found that the 
       deeper she went into the poses, the more they tested her 
       most basic ideas of what makes a good mother, daughter, 
       friend, wife-and the more they made her want something a 
       little less tidy, a little more improvisational. Less 
       goodness, more joy. Poser is unlike any other book about 
       yoga you will read-because it is actually a book about 
       life. Witty and heartfelt, sharp and irreverent, Poser is 
       for anyone who has ever tried to stand on their head while
       keeping both feet on the ground. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
600 10 Dederer, Claire,|d1967- 
650  0 Motherhood. 
650  0 Hatha yoga. 
650  0 Audiobooks. 
700 1  Williams, Christine|c(Narrator) 
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