“Dianne Bondy continues to be a leading voice in the accessible yoga movement, and this book will serve as an excellent resource for anyone (and that’s most of us) who doesn’t resonate with or benefit from a standard one-size-fits-all approach to poses. Yoga for Everyone encapsulates the heart of Dianne’s teachings, which is to make yoga fully adaptable to the experience of the practitioner. Whether beginners or long-time yoga students, readers will be able to choose a pose and find a route into it that suits their individual desires and needs. The models demonstrating the poses also represent a range of abilities, ages, and sizes, reflecting that yoga truly is for everyone.”
— Todd Wolfenberg, CEO of Yoga International
“Yoga for Everyone is a celebration and a triumph! It not only powerfully illustrates that every body is a yoga body, but it also illustrates the diversity and range of the practice itself through the adaptations and variations of yoga poses. Now everyone can access the benefits of a consistent yoga practice tailored to their individual needs and unique and beautiful body.”
— Melanie Klein, editor of Yoga Rising: 30 Empowering Stories from Yoga Renegades for Every Body and co-editor of the ground-breaking collection Yoga and Body Image: 25 Personal Stories About Beauty, Bravery and Loving Your Body.
“Dianne’s approach is creative, customizable, and firmly rooted in compassion and inclusivity. Because Dianne presents several options for each pose—each one explained in a clear, digestible manner that demystifies the purpose behind the pose and addresses common frustrations—Yoga for Everyone will make a great matside companion for students of all levels.”
— Kat Heagberg, editor in chief of Yoga International
“Dianne Bondy is one of the most important figures in contemporary yoga, and her brilliance is reflected in this book. Her yoga is an exploration of potential and possibility—inclusive and accessible. She explores the diversity of abilities and experience, and she lifts us all up through her embrace of humanity.”
— Jivana Heyman, founder of Accessible Yoga