Bikram's Beginning Yoga Class

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Jeremy P Tarcher/Putnam, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 205 pages
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Sweat, strain, laugh, and do more for your health, body, and general well-being than you even imagined possible as you take your beginning yoga class from Bikram. For more than twenty years, Bikram's Beginning Yoga Class has been among the preeminent and most beloved of all yoga guides-and now it has been revised and updated by Bikram, with virtually all-new photographs and an updated section on yoga's medical benefits.

With nearly two hundred vivid instructional photographs, Bikram's Beginning Yoga Class is the perfect guidebook for any student of yoga, either advanced or beginner-a reference that makes Hatha yoga fun, easy, and completely understandable.

Illustrated throughout with 160 black-and-white photographs by Biswanath "Bisu" Ghosh

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User Review  - Tine! - Goodreads

3.5 stars. Read over the last couple of months before and after actual Bikram yoga classes at my neighborhood dojo (can I call it a dojo? "Dojo,'s all in the mind" - Chop Chop Master Onion ... Read full review

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User Review  - Margaret - Goodreads

On the third page Bikram tries to get into the mind of someone attending one of his classes for the first time. This involves noticing how many of the female practitioners aren't wearing panties under their leotards. Also, boners. No thank you. Read full review


PRANAYAMA SERIES Standing Deep Breathing
ARDHACHANDRASANA with PADAHASTASANA Half Moon Pose with Hands to Feet Pose

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About the author (2000)

Born in Calcutta, Bikram Choudhury began studying yoga at the age of four. Bikram's Yoga College operates to overflow capacity in Beverly Hills, New York City, and at other locations around the world.

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