Master STUCK coach and educator
About the instructor
My name is Shira Gura. I am the creator of The S.T.U.C.K Method®, the author of the book, Getting unSTUCK – Five Simple Steps to Emotional Well-Being (winner of the 2017 International Book Award in self-help), and host of the Getting Unstuck podcast.
I received a B.A. in psychology from Rutgers University and an M.Sc. in occupational therapy with a focus on mental health from Boston University Sargent College. I also received my 500-hour yoga certification from Integrative Yoga Therapy.
I have written numerous articles on health and wellness in peer-reviewed journals and magazines, including a chapter in the book The Praeger Handbook on Stress and Coping. I am a contributor to The Huffington Post and the Thrive Global Magazine, and have appeared in major magazines, newspapers, radio and podcasts.
Despite the similarity in the sounding of my last name, I do not consider myself a “guru”. I consider myself an on-going student in the world of getting unSTUCK, and I share the wisdom I continue to learn with those in my community.
This album was the result of a successful crowdfunding campaign.
In under one month's time, over 300 people from around the world partnered with the artist, Shira Taylor Gura, to help bring this CD to life.
My name is Shira Gura. I am an award-winning author, well-being coach, and podcast host. In addition, I have been teaching yoga for nearly two decades and have been dreaming for many years about teaching a Yoga class to gentle Hebrew music, but I could never find what I was looking for.
The CD is divided into Morning, Noon, and Evening tracks and each track (lasting about 18 minutes) is comprised of three Hebrew mantras: Modeh/Modah Ani (for Gratitude), Halleluyah (for Praise), and Ahna (for Request). These chants are simple, making the music accessible even to those people who are less familiar with the Hebrew language.
This CD has touched the lives of many people around the world: Day school principals, Hebrew teachers, Yoga and meditation teachers, camp directors, youth group advisers, pregnant women, mothers, fathers, grandparents, spiritual care counselors, massage therapists, psychologists, Jewish and non-Jewish religious and non-religious people, as well as rabbis across the denominational spectrum.
They have realized the power this CD can have in their lives and in the lives of those they lead, guide, and teach.
My hope is this CD will also touch your life.
And that we have the opportunity to meet one day and experience this music together.