Join the gentle revolution and bring self-care into your life with this beautiful and essential guide
Nadia Narain is one of the UK's top yoga teachers, known for
her range of bestselling DVDs. She began her career teaching yoga
on tour with bands, and then became one of the original teachers at
London's celebrated Triyoga centre. She is a regular in magazines
such as Vogue, Elle and Harper's Bazaar, and
also has her own range of chemical-free candles and perfume.
Katia Narain Phillips has worked in wellness, food and massage for more than twenty years. Hailed as a 'health-food pioneer' by Red Magazine, she opened a raw food cafe over ten years ago, and now runs the innovative Nectar Cafe in London. She lives in London with her husband and her two sons.
Self-Care for the Real World is their first book.
Unusually practical, non-patronising and authentic. Think Marie
Kondo for the mind, if you will, or the Hemsleys for the soul *
Sunday Times *
The book, which is clean and minimalist in its design, is broken down into easily absorbed, instructive heads . . . [it's] unpatronising, friendly yet not overfamiliar . . . a thoughtful street map to self-care that will also look beautiful on your shelf. * Independent, Best self-care books *
This little gem totally hits the sweet spot between gorgeous (but not oppressively girly) design, some neat psychological tricks and a handful of refreshing recipes and meal ideas * The Pool *
As beautiful to look at as it is practical, it is a compendium of inspiration and tips on how to incorporate self-care into contemporary life * Irish Independent *
The book is written with so much love. I feel like Nadia and Katia are holding my hand through it, but not judging me in any way
I want to give this book to everyone I know!
A manual for everyone about real health from the inside out.
Sane, smart and deeply wise.
Self-Care for the Real World is as insightful and inspiring as its authors.
I've always valued Nadia's advice as a teacher and a friend, and eating Katia's delicious food - this book is the perfect combination of both.