The Tree of Yoga: Yoga Vṛkṣa

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Shambhala, 1989 - Health & Fitness - 194 pages
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In this book, one of the world's foremost teachers of yoga offers his thoughts on many practical and philosophical subjects, ranging from the place of yoga in daily life to insights from Pata˝jali's Yoga Sutras. He includes chapters on family life, love and sexuality, health and the healing arts, meditation, death, and advice to teachers. Based on lectures and discussions with his students, the text is enlivened by many of the author's personal experiences in the practice of yoga postures and breathing as well as in putting spiritual principles into action.

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A brief and wonderful introduction to the history and philosophy of yoga by one of the most influential teachers in the modern time. I think his writing is always straightforward and to the point ... Read full review

Contents

THE TREE OF YOGA
7
CHILDHOOD
20
DEATH
35
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

B.K.S. Iyengar lives in India and travels throughout the world to teach the many people who study his methods of yoga practice. He is the author of Light on Yoga and Light on Pranayama.

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