Living Yoga: A Comprehensive Guide for Daily Life

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Georg Feuerstein, Stephan Bodian
J.P. Tarcher/Perigee, 1993 - Health & Fitness - 290 pages
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A masterful exploration of the major schools of yoga, published on the 100th anniversary of yoga in America. With this book, readers will discover the wisdom of the millenia--and learn to live yoga. Topics include the yoga approach to diet and nutrition, meditation as an antidote to stress, the yoga of love and devotion, and more. Photographs and illustrations.

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User Review  - Brandi - Goodreads

Overall, this collection of articles from Yoga Journal is very good. Though the book is older, it doesn't seem to be too dated (due, I guess, to the timelessness of yoga itself). That said, some of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Laura - Goodreads

essentially a compilation of 10 years of Yoga Journal. some of the chapters on relationships and jnana (self-realization) are excellent primers, and give suggested readings for all of the concepts introduced. Read full review

Contents

Introducing Yoga by Georg Feuerstein Ph D
1
Getting Started with Yoga
15
Yoga Postures and Poise
41
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Georg Feuerstein is an internationally recognized yoga scholar and has studied yoga since the age of fourteen. He is the author of The Essence of Yoga, Lucid Waking, The Philosophy of Classical Yoga, Sacred Sexuality, and The Yoga-Sutra of Patanjali.

Stephan Bodian is the former editor-in-chief of "Yoga Journal" and the author of the bestselling guidebook "Meditation For Dummies". Founder and director of the eight-month School for Awakening, he has studied with some of the great spiritual masters of our age, and has been teaching the direct approach to spiritual awakening for more than 30 years. A licensed psychotherapist as well as a Zen master, Stephan has been a pioneer in the integration of Eastern spiritual wisdom and Western psychology. His work has been featured in "Reader's Digest, Shape, Women's Health", and the "San Francisco Chronicle" and his articles appear regularly in "Fitness, Cooking Light, Alternative Medicine, Tricycle", and "Yoga Journal".

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