Yoga

Titre : Yoga
Auteur : Silva Mehta
Éditeur : Knopf
ISBN-13 : 9780679722878
Libération : 1990

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Demonstrates a variety of yoga postures from beginning to advanced levels and discusses the philosophy behind the discipline

Iyengar Yoga for Beginners

Titre : Iyengar Yoga for Beginners
Auteur : B. K. S. Iyengar
Éditeur : DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)
ISBN-13 : 1405317388
Libération : 2006

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Keep fit and reduce stress with this essential beginners' guide to yoga. For B.K.S. Iyengar, yoga is a holistic experience that benefits the mind, body and spirit. Follow his step-by-step programme, with clear guidance on perfecting 23 classic poses.

Iyengar Yoga for Motherhood

Titre : Iyengar Yoga for Motherhood
Auteur : Rita Keller
Éditeur : Sterling/Penn
ISBN-13 : 1402726899
Libération : 2010

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With its allopathic medical vetting, and more than 400 illustrations, this guide is intended for every yoga instructor, mother-to-be, and new mum who wants to continue her practice. It features instructions and hints, notes on the position's positive effects and contra-indications, and advice on "checking yourself" for proper form and technique.

B K S Iyengar Yoga Wisdom Practice

Titre : B K S Iyengar Yoga Wisdom Practice
Auteur : B.K.S. Iyengar
Éditeur : Penguin
ISBN-13 : 9780756659530
Libération : 2009-04-20

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Practical yoga instruction and words of wisdom for health, happiness and a better world, from BKS Iyengar Through the writings, experiences and philosophy of the world's greatest yoga guru and teacher, BKS Iyengar, discover what yoga can do for your health, happiness and whole life. This blend of wisdom both ancient and modern and practical advice and guidance, provides a holistic, all-embracing way to bring health, happiness and harmony to the way you live. BKS Iyengar passes on the lessons of his own life journey, and shares the physical and spiritual rewards you can gain from an uplifting series of beautifully presented asanas, breathing exercises and meditations. Yoga for your contentment, for joy, for true inner peace, for life. Practical yoga instruction and words of wisdom for health, happiness and a better world, from BKS IyengarThrough the writings, experiences and philosophy of the world's greatest yoga guru and teacher, BKS Iyengar, discover what yoga can do for your health, happiness and whole life.This blend of wisdom both ancient and modern and practical advice and guidance, provides a holistic, all-embracing way to bring health, happiness and harmony to the way you live. BKS Iyengar passes on the lessons of his own life journey, and shares the physical and spiritual rewards you can gain from an uplifting series of beautifully presented asanas, breathing exercises and meditations. Yoga for your contentment, for joy, for true inner peace, for life.

Light on Life

Titre : Light on Life
Auteur : B.K.S. Iyengar
Éditeur : Rodale
ISBN-13 : 9781609619589
Libération : 2006-09-19

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B.K.S. Iyengar--hailed as "the Michelangelo of yoga" (BBC) and considered by many to be the most important living yoga master--has spent much of his life introducing the modern world to the ancient practice of yoga. Yoga's popularity is soaring, but its widespread acceptance as an exercise for physical fitness and the recognition of its health benefits have not been matched by an understanding of the emotional, intellectual, and spiritual development that the yogic tradition can also offer. In Light on Life, B.K.S. Iyengar brings readers this new and more complete understanding of the yogic journey. Here Iyengar explores the yogic goal to integrate the different parts of the self (body, emotions, mind, and soul), the role that the yoga postures and breathing techniques play in our search for wholeness, the external and internal obstacles that keep us from progressing along the path, and how yoga can transform our lives and help us to live in harmony with the world around us. For the first time, Iyengar uses stories from his own life, humor, and examples from modern culture to illustrate the profound gifts that yoga offers. Written with the depth of this sage's great wisdom, Light on Life is the culmination of a master's spiritual genius, a treasured companion to his seminal Light on Yoga.

Yoga Body

Titre : Yoga Body
Auteur : Mark Singleton
Éditeur : Oxford University Press
ISBN-13 : 9780195395341
Libération : 2010-02-25

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The practice of yoga has become hugely popular in the West. Most people assume (and many claim) that 'postural' yoga - characterized by the familiar, demanding, physical poses - is an ancient Indian tradition. But in fact, as Mark Singleton shows, this type of yoga is quite a recent development, with its beginnings traceable to the middle of the 19th-century. Singleton here presents the first in-depth study of the origins of postural yoga, challenging many current notions about its nature and origins.

2 100 Asanas

Titre : 2 100 Asanas
Auteur : Daniel Lacerda
Éditeur : Hachette UK
ISBN-13 : 9780316270625
Libération : 2015-12-01

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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER The most complete collection of yoga asanas ever photographed, and the first-ever to categorize an astonishing 2,100 yoga poses. This beautifully designed book is a must-have for yogis of all levels and every practice. 2,100 Asanas is an unprecedented, meticulously crafted catalog of yoga poses and modifications. It is also a gorgeous work of art, showcasing the beauty and athleticism of the human form. Each photograph features an expert yogi performing the pose to perfection. The aesthetic is clean and modern. The book is organized into eight major types of poses-standing, seated, core, quadruped, backbends, inversions, prone, and supine-and further broken down by families of poses that progress from easiest to more challenging. Every pose is accompanied by the name of the pose in English and Sanskrit, a description of the modification, the Drishti point (eye gaze), the chakras affected and its benefits. Daniel Lacerda (Mr. Yoga) is a long-time yoga practitioner, teacher and entrepreneur who has helped thousands of people, including TV celebrities and Olympic athletes learn to practice yoga for fitness and relaxation. He serves as an ambassador for Lululemon and Nike, and has been featured in Men's Health. His company, Mr. Yoga Inc. is a global brand. He lives in Toronto, Canada.

The Tree of Yoga

Titre : The Tree of Yoga
Auteur : B. K. S. Iyengar
Éditeur : HarperThorsons
ISBN-13 : 0007106998
Libération : 2000

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A recognised classic, The Tree of Yoga: is B K S Iyengar's teaching and advice for how to life a long, healthy, happy life.

Buddhist Insight

Titre : Buddhist Insight
Auteur : Alex Wayman
Éditeur : Motilal Banarsidass Publ.
ISBN-13 : 8120806751
Libération : 1984

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The present volume selcts twenty-four of Prof. Wayman`s published research papers around the topic of Buddhist Insight, and includes only strong, well developed papers consistent with the topic. Students of Buddhism and general Indian religion will find here a rich offering of genuine research with the best of sources and Wayman`s own thoughtful presentations and original organization of the information. The papers begin with Buddha as Savior among the latest and end with the earliest in this volume, Twenty one Praises of Tara.The Hindu and Buddhist Studies illustrate Wayman`s comparative approach by showing both sides in their strong independence, and sensitively revealing their relation.

Sinister Yogis

Titre : Sinister Yogis
Auteur : David Gordon White
Éditeur : University of Chicago Press
ISBN-13 : 9780226895154
Libération : 2010-07-15

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Since the 1960s, yoga has become a billion-dollar industry in the West, attracting housewives and hipsters, New Agers and the old-aged. But our modern conception of yoga derives much from nineteenth-century European spirituality, and the true story of yoga’s origins in South Asia is far richer, stranger, and more entertaining than most of us realize. To uncover this history, David Gordon White focuses on yoga’s practitioners. Combing through millennia of South Asia’s vast and diverse literature, he discovers that yogis are usually portrayed as wonder-workers or sorcerers who use their dangerous supernatural abilities—which can include raising the dead, possession, and levitation—to acquire power, wealth, and sexual gratification. As White shows, even those yogis who aren’t downright villainous bear little resemblance to Western assumptions about them. At turns rollicking and sophisticated, Sinister Yogis tears down the image of yogis as detached, contemplative teachers, finally placing them in their proper context.