Light on Prāṇāyāma: The Yogic Art of Breathing

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Crossroad, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 294 pages
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In this classic yoga best-seller a world-renowned yoga master shares the techniques of breathing together with a comprehensive background of yoga philosophy. B. K. S. Iyengar is a legend who has practiced yoga in a unique way, and today "Iyengar Yoga" is taught around the world by certified instructors.

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The book is an introduction into the breathing exercises of yoga. I divide the book into a core part (containing the sitting postures and breathing patterns; roughly corresponding to parts 2 and 3 ... Read full review

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B. K. S. Iyengar has taught and practiced yoga for more than 50 years and has established yoga centers all over the world.

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