Not sure what to feel about this actually, more amused than anything else. Bit embarrassed too, noticed the 'product description' is a bit of a mess, they give you this tiny little dialogue box to write it in and I just threw it together the other day when I was off sick.
Perhaps I should leave it as it is, the whole book is in need of a major revision and edit anyway so perhaps the description is a fair reflection. After three months writing up the notes to the mornings sequence I was so fed up of writing about asana that I couldn't bear to look at it again.
I'll give it a month and see about submitting the revision so you might want to save yourself a couple of dollars and stick with the free pdf version over on the right of the blog.
Ashtangi's might find the subroutines useful as mini 'evening' practises (I've always done an extra bit of practice in the evenings whether it was working on Jump backs, Drop backs, a new posture or later Vinyasa Krama ), pick one with a pose your struggling with or working towards, the other postures in the subroutine acting as preparation or extension. They can also be useful as a tool chest of substitutions when faced with injury. Remember, these subroutines derive from Krishnamacharya, all part of the lineage.
You can of course download the Kindle app for the iPad and Kindle for you PC or Mac.
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Have just noticed that Amazon now has one of their LOOK INSIDE/preview buttons.
Definitely having fun with this now.
"No merit to speak of".