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A Book Method in Review: Astanga Yoga Anusthana by R. Sharath Jois. by Peg Mulqueenon
I'm calling my post a book review but actually this is more of a booklet than a book and there really isn't much to review.
Nothing wrong with a booklet of course
|Yoga Mala: The Original Teachings of Ashtanga Yoga Master Sri K. Pattabhi Jois [Paperback]|
from the yamas
Brahmacarya: celibacy however, gets a whole page .
There is a welcome additional paragraph added on to the end of the web description of Vinyasa
"It is important to note that the indicated number of vinyasas may not be possible at first. In the beginning, extra breaths may be necessary, but one should adhere to the proper inhalation and exhalation movements. With time and practice, the correct vinyasa for each posture will be possible". p25
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Shouldn't there be a picture for dve, chin to the knee.
The most interesting section follows the main series where we find a section on Yoga Therapy. I was quite excited about this but it turns out to be only two pages, one on back problems, the other on respiratory problems the later includes a paragraph on nadi shodana (without kumbhaka).