In Yoga at Home: Inspiration for Creating Your Home Practice, author Linda Sparrowe presents 55 yogis who open their homes and hearts to offer tips for readers who want to discover their o
“For yogis who seek a deeper connection with their practice, here is a clear path toward physical, mental, and spiritual practice . . .”
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“Ms. Isaacs tells us about Eastern teachers trained by yogic masters.
In Pick Your Yoga Practice author Meagan McCrary explores several “styles” of yoga.
“. . . an excellent reference manual for yoga teachers, experienced students, and yoga therapists.”
“A practice that helps coordinate body, energy, and mind while making us more balanced and free from tension is immensely important,” writes Chögyal Namkhai Norbu, author of Tibetan Yoga of Mov
Thousands of years ago, the sage Patanjali set forth the Yoga Sutras, a compilation of yogic principles for living outlined in an ashta-anga (eight-limbed) approach.
“Illness and disease force one to separate the gripping and material mind-body connection, summoning forth a previously unknown strength of spirit.
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