Book Club

The Yoga for All Musicians community has always connected through literature. Before YAM was even established, Amelia, Brianne, and Claire often shared their favorite books with each other. They spent hours talking about their application to life as musicians and yoga practitioners. 

This, paired with our dedication to building a community of lifelong learners, has sprouted the idea of our book club!

You don't actually have to sign up anywhere to "join," but we invite you to read with us. We aim to choose books that directly relate to being musicians, but they won't be the books you see in school! We spend time during each community night discussing our book of the month. 


This Month


The Inner Game of Tennis

The ultimate guide to the mental side of peak performance

by W. Timothy Gallwey

This handbook works for anybody who wants to improve his or her performance in any activity, from playing music to getting ahead at work. W. Timothy Gallwey, a leading innovator in sports psychology, reveals how to

• focus your mind to overcome nervousness, self-doubt, and distractions
• find the state of “relaxed concentration” that allows you to play at your best
• build skills by smart practice

RSVP for Community Night

September 25, 7p CST

Next Month

The Talent Code

Greatness Isn't Born It's Grown

by Daniel Coyle

What is the secret of talent? How do we unlock it? In this groundbreaking work, journalist and New York Times bestselling author Daniel Coyle provides parents, teachers, coaches, businesspeople—and everyone else—with tools they can use to maximize potential in themselves and others.

RSVP for Community Night

October 30, 7p CST

Previous Reads


Teaching Healthy Musicianship

The Music Educator's Guide to Injury Prevention and Wellness

by Nancy Taylor

Written by a professional musician who is also a certified occupational therapist, Teaching Healthy Musicianship first and foremost help music educators avoid common injuries that they themselves encounter, and in the process it also equips them with the tools they need to instill healthy musicianship practices in their students. Author Nancy Taylor combines her two unique skill sets to provide a model for injury prevention that is equally cognizant of the needs of music educators and their students. Through practical explanation of body mechanics, ergonomics, and the performance-related health problems and risk factors unique to musicianship, she gives music educators the tools they need to first practice healthy posture, body mechanics, environmental safety, and ergonomics, and then to introduce these same practices to their students.

RSVP for Community Night

August 28th, 7p CST

It's Our Music Too

The Black Experience in Classical Music

by Earl Ofari Hutchinson

"'The list of Africans, African-Americans and Afro-European composers, conductors, instrumental performers, and singers,” says Hutchinson, “is and always has been, rich, varied, and deep. Sadly, the recognition of this has almost always come in relation to the work of a major European or white American composer.” Hutchinson’s aim in It’s Our Music Too The Black Experience in Classical Music is not to update a book on blacks and classical music, or list the many notable individual breakthroughs of top flight black classical music performers and composers through the years.. Instead he tells the story of how blacks have actually influenced the development, history and structure of classical music in its major varied forms; opera, chamber pieces, symphonies, and concertos. It’s a story that’s filled with tragedy and triumph, heart break and heroism."

RSVP for Community Night

July 31, 7p CST


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