Health? Your Way! Review

Book Description:

It seems as if by the second a new health study brings THE answer for what is good for us. This academic-narrative fascinating book is based on the assumption that the right path for health, happiness and abundance in so personal that only you are responsible of finding and embracing the "best answer". Dr. Feldman invites you to discover what happens when "Gymnastics" meets "Mind", when they are put together as a way of life. She inspires you to "Gymind" Your way in life, to pursue health and happiness the way that suits you. She uncovers the personal empowering story of Muriel, Aida, Oliver, Maya, Irene, Barak, and many others who embrace Gymind as a way of life. Their personal growth and inner revelations (painted in grey throughout this book, along with other surprising tips and guidelines), reflect on all of us as if we experience our personal grow along with them.


The self help books littering my house are starting to reach a ridiculous number, I am really glad that I can get them in a digital format now.  I found this to be a really interesting read if not necessarily something I can imagine myself embracing wholeheartedly.

Dr. Feldman definitely makes some points that I agree with 100% and that I think could help anyone find a little more happiness and peace in their life.  I know that's what I am searching for.  That and a way to curb pre-teen attitude but I am still searching for ways to help with that. *wink*

I especially liked the personal stories that were shared throughout the book, being able to relate to the advice that is being given through someone else's experience always helps.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review but as always all opinions are my own.


  1. Gymnastics and mind--this is ancient, but I can't think where it originated. Ah, I think it was Plato. Thank God that came to me.



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