Our Newest Release
Rethink Your Position: Reshape Your Exercise, Yoga, and Everyday Movement, One Part at a Time
Published May 2023
Daily aches and pains can feel unavoidable, but we can start feeling better by moving better. Everyone knows we need to move more, but few know how to get each of our joints moving better so that moving more often—and more of our body parts—becomes easier and easier over time.
Keep your patrons physically active with our “Movement Through the Ages and Stages” set
In today’s culture of convenience, the people you serve—from children to seniors—have become much more sedentary. With more movement, we could all be feeling so much better.
Help increase your patrons’ physical activity with our “ages and stages” set, created to get stiff and sore body parts moving better, and to get people of all ages moving more all day, not just during exercise time.
Check out these acclaimed titles from a leader in the “Movement movement!”
Kids and Families: Grow Wild
paperback (978-1-943370-16-0, $31.95)
All Adults: Move Your DNA
paperback (978-1-943370-10-8, $24.95)
All Uphill Books titles are distributed by Cardinal Publishing Group and are also available at Baker & Taylor, Ingram, and all major wholesalers. Find ebooks and audiobooks at these library vendors: OverDrive, Baker & Taylor (AXIS 360), EBSCO, Hoopla, Mackin, Perlego, ProQuest, Academic.
Offer avenues to physical well-being in multiple languages
Arm your Spanish-speaking patrons with information on staying mobile and increasing their physical activity. Stock the paperback and audiobook translations of Move Your DNA: Mueve tu ADN
Spanish-speaking Adults: Mueve tu ADN
audiobook: available from BookaVivo, via Overdrive
Move Your DNA is also available in ten other languages. Find them listed here.
Why is Movement so important?
Getting the right amount of movement results in:
- higher self-esteem and better physical health for children
- greater comfort, ease, flexibility, longevity and agency for seniors
- better fitness and less stress and anxiety for everyone!
Tips for introducing more movement into your library
- Provide flexible seating areas, especially in children’s areas
- Sponsor a walking book club
- Create movement-themed book displays
- Read this “Dynamic Libraries” article for more ways to support movement and physical activity in your library.
Katy Bowman is available for library talks and events! Contact her here.
About the Author
Katy Bowman, M.S.
Bestselling author, speaker, and a leader in the Movement movement, biomechanist Katy Bowman, M.S. is changing the way we move and think about our need for movement. Her eight books, including the groundbreaking Move Your DNA, have been translated into more than a dozen languages worldwide. Bowman teaches movement globally and speaks about sedentarism and human movement ecology to academic and scientific audiences.
One of Maria Shriver’s “Architects of Change” and an America Walks “Woman of the Walking Movement,” she has worked with companies like Patagonia, Nike, and Google as well as a wide range of non-profits and other communities, sharing her “move more, move more body parts, move more for what you need” message. Her movement education company, Nutritious Movement, is based in Washington State, where she lives with her family.