Ashtanga Yoga: The Definitive Step-by-step Guide to Dynamic Yoga
John Scott's Ashtanga Yoga draws on his expertise as a teacher of this most energetic form of yoga. An easy-to-use guide, it features color photographs and a series of step-by-step exercise sessions -- starting with a simple sequence designed for beginners that, once mastered, provides the foundation for moving to the next cycle.
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OK for astanga purists but I've kind of left that behind now. No mention of pranayama or meditation. Read full review
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