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Deepen Your Yoga Practice with Language The Language of Yoga: Complete A to Y Guide to Asana Names, Sanskrit Terms, and Chants By Nicolai Bachman Sounds True (July 31, 2005), 139 pages + 2 CDs The Language of Yoga gives a brief yet balanced introduction to Sanskrit, the language of yoga. This book has two accompanying CDs that demonstrate Sanskrit pronunciation. The […]
Freedom & Life Through Yoga Yoga for Life: A Journey to Inner Peace and Freedom By Colleen Saidman Yee with Susan K. Reed Afterword by Rodney Yee Atria Paperback (June 2, 2015), 272 pages Yoga for Life reads like a great novel. I couldn’t put it down, just had to know what happened next. This book shares Colleen’s […]
Paper Cuts & Bandaids Yoga and Body Image: 25 Personal Stories About Beauty, Bravery & Loving Your Body By Melanie Klein & Anna Guest-Jelley Llewellyn Publications (October 8, 2014), 264 pages Yoga and Body Image is like reading a diary — by 25 people. Authors Melanie Klein and Anna Guest-Jelley combine their own stories with other men and women in the […]
Here it comes…again, another migraine and another day (or more) of mind-blowing pain. I’ve been getting migraines for 16 years. I have nailed down my warning signs, but sometimes I don’t whip out my medication fast enough to head off an attack or sometimes: it just plain doesn’t work. Here, I’ve put together a list of my […]
Featuring: Paul Grilley Pranamaya Inc (Nov 25, 2003), 4 hrs + Bonus Material COMPRESSION! Well Paul, your message got through to me: it’s all about compression. Anatomy for Yoga is a huge eye opener. Many people assume if you keep practicing yoga that you will someday accomplish every pose. Paul Grilley bursts this sparkly bubble. If you had your […]
Practicing Yoga Daily There’s always time for yoga. A daily practice doesn’t have to be hard. If your schedule is too crowded to make it out to a class or you live somewhere where yoga teachers are few and far between — start a home practice. To turn yoga into a daily home practice, do […]