It's a good point, if this was a website it might be better organised but as a blog it's a godawful mess. There is label list at the bottom of the blog but that has grown too large, there's a search button over on the right but more often than not I just go to google type grimmly and a topic and leave it to google to find an old post. I've tried to put some key posts/resources at the top of the blog as permanent pages but again not ideal, dropdown menu's would be nice.
In response to the writer of the email above I've added two more pages to the top of the blog
The later is work in progress but so far contains theses links and introductions...
Beginning Yoga / Ashtanga / Vinyasa
Beginning Yoga / Ashtanga / Vinyasa Krama
A little background philosophy at the beginning or early on in practice can be a good thing, it's something to keep coming back to.
Summary of the Yoga sutras - simplified into plain English
Yama and Niyama
After gaining enlightenment.... I carried water from the well
The most advanced asana practice may well be the very practice you began with, those first slow movements following the breath in the vinyasa krama 'on your feet' sequence, Your first Sun salutation or standing postures, Paschimattanasana, a straightforward shoulderstand and/or headstand, all practiced with steady breath and unwavering attention. longer stays with slower breathing may well be an area to explore at some point.
I inhale for 5, hold for 20 while chanting a mantra, exhale for 10, hold for 5 while engaging bandhas and repeat for 12 times or 24 or 48.
Pranayama doesn't need to be a big drama or too intense, if the pranayama is steady and comfortable it is suitable, if it becomes uncomfortable then perhaps we are not ready for that long a hold or that slow an exhalation, reduce the ratio until it is comfortable again.
Vinyasa Krama subroutines/sequences
Pattabhi Jois' Reading list
Krishnamacharya's reading list