On the Verge is a call to get out of your head and "be here now" where you not only feel fully alive, you thrive.
Cara Bradley, a mental strength coach to CEOs and elite athletes, offers powerful body-mind practices to help you shift beyond "crazy busy" into high definition, high voltage living.
Take a deep breath and get excited. You''re about to discover how to shift from frazzled to flow, and from chaos to clear. Learn how to step beyond distraction, drama, doubt, and fear and show up in this moment--on the verge--where you not only feel more alive, you thrive.
This invaluable guide will help you become more centered, more productive and more successful. You''ll learn proven techniques and innovative strategies, which will enable you to:
- drop the drama
- notice this moment
- see clearly
- be kind
- trust your intelligence
- and lean into ripe opportunities
Everything you''re searching for is available to you in this moment. Everything you need is right here on the verge.
“A must-read for anyone who is passionate about peak performance at home, at work, and at play.”
— Jay Wright, head coach of Villanova University men’s basketball
“This is an important book for anyone seeking clarity, purpose, and meaning. Cara Bradley draws on her extensive experience as a teacher and coach to offer specific tools for everyday life and an approach to applying them that works.”
— Rolf Gates, author of Meditations from the Mat and Meditations on Intention and Being
“If you are ready to make changes to your relationship with yourself, this book will be a steady guide for the hard work ahead. This isn’t about making yourself into something you’re not. It’s about showing up and fully experiencing what and who you already are.”
— Congressman Tim Ryan (D-OH), author of A Mindful Nation
“Is it possible to rediscover our natural confidence and express strength and clarity in our everyday lives? Cara Bradley’s book offers us a resounding ‘yes.’ She shows that each of us is always on the verge of waking up — all we have to do is fearlessly make the leap!”
— Michael Carroll, author of Awake at Work
“What an exciting and enjoyable journey! Cara Bradley offers helpful and unique ways to move from being a bystander in life to a full-on participant. Sharing discoveries, practices, and experiences gleaned from her Verge Yoga Center in Pennsylvania, Bradley invites us to step into life, clear the clutter from our busy mind, refuel our energy, lighten up, and let go. Blending her own experiences with tried-and-true meditation and mindfulness techniques, she offers us easy and accessible ways to be joyful and present and to find peace and quiet in our lives every day.”
— Beryl Bender Birch, author of Power Yoga, Beyond Power Yoga, and Boomer Yoga
“If you''ve ever longed to tap into the power and energy of your very best moments again and again, Cara Bradley will show you how.
On the Verge helps you access your natural potential and shine brightly in all aspects of your life.”
— Bryant McGill, internationally bestselling author of Voice of Reason, Simple Reminders and United Nations Global Champion
I wrote On the Verge
as a wake-up call to break free
of the confines of mental clutter and chaos and to instead be conscious and fully alive in a crazy busy world.
Born in Brooklyn and educated in NYC, Cara Bradley was a pro skater for Rollerblade spending much of her twenties skating the streets of the Big Apple and performing hip hop in-line skating shows across the globe.
With over three decades of experience as a body-mind teacher, Cara now trains CEO''s, executives and athletes how to live in flow using strategies to optimize wellbeing and performance. She has shared her expertise with leading organizations including Coca-Cola, World Bank Group, SAP, Wells Fargo and Goldman Sachs and college sports teams including the 2018 NCAA National Champion Villanova men''s basketball and the 2009 NCAA FCS National Champion Villanova football.
A lifelong entrepreneur, Cara is the founder of the award-winning Verge Body-Mind Center in Philadelphia, hosts the popular weekly podcast called "On The Verge" and is the body-mind expert for Mindful Magazine. She partners with the Flow Genome Project and Happify and is a frequent contributor to Thrive Global and The Huffington Post.