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This practical guide will show you how to improve and enrich your practice of Iyengar Yoga using a chair. – Beginning practitioners will learn how to do the poses with less effort and better alignment. – Intermediate practitioners will learn to extend the range and duration of the poses safely – Advanced practitioners will deepen and develop their practice of advanced poses – Teachers will gain useful and enjoyable ideas to enrich their classes.
Dr Eyal Shifroni
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Invented by B.K.S Iyengar, props have helped millions of people to realize his vision that "Yoga is for All." Props enable people of any age group and any health condition to enjoy the benefit of asana practice. This book presents classic and innovative uses of props. It provides detailed step by step instructions accompanied by ample photos and tips. Volume I, the first in a series, […] Chair Yoga for You : A Practical Guide – Olivette Baugh Robinson
Chair Yoga for You is a practical guide, giving you easy-to-follow instructions for over 80 poses and exercises. Included are basic yoga principles and guidelines, breathing techniques, seated and standing poses, hand, feet and eye exercises, meditation and recommended sequences. For easy visualization of poses, we include black and white photos for most poses. Yoga instructors […] Reflexology: A Practical Approach – Vicki Pitman
This title features a new full-colour fold-out chart of the feet for further practical learning. It is written by experienced teachers and practitioners. It contains a range of updated charts, diagrams and interactive exercises throughout to enhance the learning process. It is comprehensive, whilst remaining very student friendly.
Author: Vicki Pitman
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For anyone intimidated by crowded yoga classes, complicated textbooks, headstands, or simply touching their toes, This down-to-earth guide for yoga teachers and students alike offers a year of classes that progress from beginning to intermediate to advanced levels of practice.
Author: Jan Baker
Pages: 256 pages
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Yoga: Point ] Process is a comprehensive technical manual that details 36 of yoga's most fundamental poses. It is an excellent study aid for teachers and teachers in training, as well as being a useful tool for every yogasana student at any level of experience, whether new to yoga or a seasoned practitioner. This unique and practical resource supports learning, […] Living Yoga : Creating a Life Practice – Christy Turlington
Christy Turlington is a serious yoga practitioner who has been practicing for over 15 years. This is the only REAL yoga book you'll ever need. In this book she explores the eight tenets of yoga and discusses how to incorporate it into everyday life, no matter how busy you are. She also touches on how yoga has made her own life more peaceful through stressful times and events. Both […] Hathai! Yoga : A Fusion of Hatha and Thai Yoga – Keith Roseman
This fusion of Hatha Yoga and Thai Yoga shows teachers and students how to go more deeply into the postures. Great for individuals and small groups. Beginners to seasoned practitioners can enjoy and benefit from "hands-on" yoga.
Author: Keith Roseman
Pages: 304 pages
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Learn the basics of yoga. How to find a teacher, how to wash your yoga mat, guidelines for beginners, what to do before yoga class, types of yoga, and much more.
Author: April Farrell-Hasty R y T
Pages: 88 pages
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