Warrior Pose: How Yoga Literally Saved My Life, is an inspiring memoir of Brad Willis a.k.a Bhava Ram, a former war correspondent for NBC News, and his remarkable journey of struggle and self-healing. After suffering a broken back and failed surgery at the peak of his career, Brad Willis was left permanently disabled and bound to a body brace for life. He was then diagnosed with terminal throat cancer from his exposure to depleted uranium on the battlefield. Brad Willis was fighting for his life.
At fifty years old, Broken and in bad health, Willis decides to make a life changing move. He decides to trade Western medicine for the esoteric practices of Yoga and Ayurveda. After fully restoring his body and cancer-free he decides to adopt his spiritual name, Bhava Ram (“living from the heart”), as a symbol of his self-healing journey. Bhava Ram now devotes his life to helping others reclaim their inherent power to achieve profound self-healing. Warrior Pose is an inspirational book to all those who seek peace and wholeness.
Please join us for a special night to celebrate the book premiere of Brad Willis, Warrior Pose, on May 5th at the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice at USD. Enjoy this special opportunity to meet the author and hear first-hand Bhava’s fascinating and inspiring life journey. Special guest for the evening is Dr. Emmett Miller, a pioneer of Mind-Body and Holistic medicine, who will present the keynote address on the power of Mind-Body healing.
All attendees will receive a signed copy of the book and a free week of Yoga at Ginseng, home of the Deep Yoga School of Healing Arts, founded by Bhava Ram (*yoga for first time visitors to Ginseng–others can gift to friends). For tickets and more information please visit, Warrior Pose: How Yoga Literally Saved My Life.
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