The Book Of Yoga is recognised as the classic, definitive guide to this popular subject. Clear, comprehensive and superbly illustrated, the book covers all aspects of the discipline and provides inspiration for beginners and experts alike. It has now been reformatted with a more modern design with full-colour pictures throughout and remains the best guide to yoga on the market. It shows you how to: * Develop a fit and beautiful body * Improve your health * Keep youthful in every stage of life * Enjoy a troublefree pregnancy * Eat wisely and well * Banish stress and tension * Breathe for life and vitality * Increase your powers of * Experience peace of mind concentration.
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(250mm x 200mm x 12mm)
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
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UK Kirkus Review »
This revised edition is equally as beautiful and well presented as its predecessor. The amazing poses illustrated throughout the book feature advanced highly competent yogis. The actual text presents a comprehensive view of the subject including information on diet, meditation, breathing and the history of yoga. Practise charts and sequences are clearly set out and easy to follow, guiding the student precisely according to their experience, therefore appealing to a wide variety of readers. There is a brilliant chapter towards the end of the book titled 'The Cycle of Life' covering maternity, childhood and the later years. This book is pure magic. (Kirkus UK)
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Author Biography - Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre
The International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre was founded by renowned authority on Hatha Yoga and Raja Yoga, Swami Vishnu-devananda in 1957. He was sent to the west by his Master, Swami Sivananda to spread the ideals of yoga and vedanta with the words 'people are waiting'.