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November 1, 2012 / peoplesbookprize

Improve Your Eyesight Naturally

Each week we are publishing a “Focus On…” to highlight one of the books that have been nominated for The People’s Book Prize 2012/13.
This week’s book is:

Improve Your Eyesight Naturally!

By Leo Angar
Published by Crown House Publishing Ltd
ISBN  9781845908010
Category Health, Self-help, How-to

Autumn 2012


This book details strategies designed to improve your eyesight by literally exercising your ability to see. Leo’s approach is very specific and targets each degree of vision problem. He explains how you can tone your eye muscles, release tension and build up energy in order to regain your natural eyesight. To buy ebook:Crownhouse

Author’s Biography

Leo Angart is a business consultant, author and trainer. Having worn glasses for more than 25 years he speaks from personal experience. It has now been more than 19 years since he threw away his glasses.


… specific exercises for various eye afflictions (such as astigmatism, myopia, hypermyopia) –  practical and comprehensive tool for those looking to improve their eyesight naturally. Anthony Barrett, NLP Trainer/Coach Leo gives you tools to recognise small changes that make a huge difference. – Belinda McKenna, Storyteller The book is a mine of practical, readily usable information – Katrina Patterson, INLPTA Certified NLP Trainer, Feldenkrais Teacher and Vision Coach I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in exploring alternative methods of intervention. It is full of interesting information and activities. – Mary Mountstephen MA (SEN) AMBDA, Director of The Learning Development Centre,Millfield Preparatory School, for SEN Magazine May 2012 Covers different vision issues with specific exercises designed to improve eyesight. A great book for anyone wanting to stop wearing glasses and improve their eyesight. – Terri Bodell Deputy Chair, National Association of Counsellors, Hypnotherapists and Psychotherapists

Price £ 16.99

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