How do you find the “one?”

Dating and relationships are more confusing than ever.

Do first dates make you nervous? Does speaking your truth send you into a damp sweat? Do you have crazy fantasies about someone after just one date? Does rejection feel terribly personal?

Head Over Heels: A Yogi’s Guide to Dating is your roadmap through the storm. You don’t have to be a yogi to discover how yoga philosophy – developed over thousands of years of dedicated practice – can help you navigate everything from your first date at Starbucks through a committed partnership.

Thousands have discovered how yoga can help them become happier and more centered. Now, you can bring that same clarity and knowledge into your dating life and relationships.

Far more than just a physical practice, the deep wisdom of yoga contains practices that are designed to help us live fuller, more vibrant, healthier, happier lives. It’s time to unlock these powerful tools and experience for yourself how your yoga can support your life – and loving – off the mat.

This book is for you if you want to:

  • Chose love, not fear
  • Find a partner who adds to your life, not just fills a gap
  • Transform dating into a powerful opportunity for self-growth
  • Feel more vibrant, awake, and alive
  • Unearth and transform common emotional blockages to intimacy such as fear, insecurity, and fantasy
  • Become self-sufficient and empowered
  • Discover yourself and become the person that you want to be.

I promise that if you integrate these practices and teachings into your life, you will not only transform your personal relationships – platonic and romantic – but you will begin to experience more vibrancy in all areas of your life.

Why wait to love more?

It’s time. Find love.

And find yourself.


“The 8 limbs of yoga can give you some much needed support when navigating the “wild-west” of online dating. Rachel Scott’s book, “Head Over Heels” extends one extra “phantom” limb to mobilize your journey through this bizarre, illuminating and at times humiliating keyboard world. I survived, and found my lifelong mate online, but I would have saved myself some soul-crushing encounters if I’d read her book during my search a decade ago. She helps each “seeker” to use the tools of online dating to locate a sense of profound personal wholeness inside of the winks, clicks and likes. Don’t lie on your yoga mat inert or uninspired, this book flips lies into truths with its creative, whimsical and emotionally accurate practices.”

Jill Miller, Creator of Yoga Tune Up®, author of The Roll Model – A Step byStep Guide to Erase Pain, Improve Mobility and Live Better in Your Body

“Anyone contemplating dating, already dating, beginning a relationship or already in a relationship will find the courage and candor of this guide to life and being highly valuable. Rachel’s own stories bring a vividness to the, sometimes dry, teaching of yoga and inter-personal psychology. Consider this book to be a practical manual for bringing yoga theory to life, and into your relationships.”

Bernie Clark, author of The Complete Guide to Yin Yoga and Your Body, Your Yoga


“Rachel Scott’s yogic insights into dating and relationship make for a compelling read. Her insight-bounty overflows, is grounded in world-wisdom traditions, yet carries the raw feel of a real-and-now friend communicating honestly and humbly on issues that matter to you. When the challenges of relationship bring you down to the mat, Rachel is here to help you work it out, and have some fun while you’re at it.”

Gil Hedley, Ph.D. Integral Anatomy

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