Balancing Acts by Zoe Fishman is about 4 old college friends who re-connect over yoga class.
Charlie has given up her high-powered Wall Street life to open a yoga studio, she is athletic, confident and pursuing a rewarding career that she loves- but she can't quite put a past hurt behind her. Sabine and Bess are both writers, but stuck in the entry-level jobs they thought they would have long left behind for serious writing. Naomi is a beautiful ex-model/photographer and a single mom.
These friends re-connect over yoga- a class Charlie offers hoping to boost her new studio, Bess joins up for less than admirable reasons and the others join up hoping yoga will help their stuck lives.
Balancing Acts is a nice read about the positive power yoga can have on life. Reading about these womens' deepening friendships and the changes in their personal and professional lives was enjoyable- the characters were all interesting enough to keep me reading and I liked the blend of friendship/empowerment/ and change.
A warm/fuzzy story that is positive and easy to relate to. Makes you kind of want to get your yoga mat out too, a plus. :)