Doxasoma : The Anatomy of Practice – Angela Doll Carlson

Doxasoma : The Anatomy of Practice

DoxaSoma is the integration of prayer and movement. Each position in DoxaSoma has a scriptural focus while working to build physical strength and flexibility. The Anatomy of Practice covers all the basic positions in the practice of DoxaSoma and is a great way to begin or to deepen your practice of DoxaSoma. This edition is printed in black and white.

Author: Angela Doll Carlson
ISBN: 9781475164503
Pages: 202 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 23.48 Mb

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