Yoga Practice Books
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Amrit Yoga Teacher Training Kit
This kit consists of the required educational reading and practice materials for the Amrit Yoga Level 1 Professional Certification.
Amrit Yoga: Explore, Expand, Experience the Spiritual Depth of Yoga by Yogi Amrit Desai (paperback and ebook)
Amrit Yoga guides you from the philosophy of unity into the direct experience in body, mind, heart and soul. This volume helps you better understand the application of intention and witness through the Integrative Amrit Methods as you become fully present in your practices.
Softcover, 98 pages.
Note: This book is required reading for students enrolled in the Integrative Amrit Method of Yoga Level I Immersion and Teacher Training
Anatomy and Asana by Susi Aldous (spiral bound book)
Anatomy and Asana offers an easy and successful method to learn anatomy andits relationship to yoga in a way that helps prevent injuries. It is written by a certified yoga teacher with a diverse background in kinesiology, ergonomics, and physical rehabilitation.
Anatomy of Hatha Yoga by Dr. David Coulter (paperback book)
A manual for students, teachers, and practitioners — an authoritative and comprehensive correlation of hatha yoga with anatomy and physiology. A cornucopia of readable and reliable information by a Ph.D. anatomy professor and long-time yoga practitioner. Detailed analysis of postures, breathing, and other practices with many photos and illustrations, full glossary, and anatomical index.
Karma Sannyasa by Swami Saraswati Satyasangananda (paperback book)
The concept of karma sannyasa is to live life fully, to participate in all events externally while internally maintaining an attitude of non-doership. Karma Sannyasa describes methods to transcend attachment, desire and ambition, focusing on the guru-disciple relationship, family life and relationships, karma, self-respect and lifestyle.
Kundalini: The Evolutionary Energy in Man by Gopi Krishna (paperback book)
This is the classic first-person account of Gopi Krishna, an ordinary Indian householder who, at the age of thirty-four, after years of unsupervised meditation, suddenly experienced the awakening of kundalini during his morning practice.
Light on Pranayama: The Yogic Art of Breathing by BKS Iyengar (paperback book)
In this richly photo-illustrated classic, the famed yoga master describes the techniques of the yogic breathing practices together with a comprehensive background of yoga philosophy forming an authoritative, practical and indispensable guide. Sections on theory, art, and precision techniques of pranayama including related instruction on sitting poses, mudras, bandhas, and more.
Tantric Yoga and the Wisdom Goddesses by Dr. David Frawley (paperback book)
The well-known ayurvedic physician and author shares spiritual secrets of ayurveda and tantric yoga providing an in-depth look at the ten wisdom goddesses and the genuine tantric practices of meditation, mantra recitation, and yantra (geometric form) associated with each. Shares practices for daily transformation. Illuminating illustrations.
Yoga Anatomy by Leslie Kaminoff (paperback book)
See inside every yoga pose! With clear, expert instruction and full-color, detailed anatomical drawings, Yoga Anatomy depicts the most common poses to provide a deeper understanding of the structures and principles underlying each movement and of yoga itself.
Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Translation and Commentary by Sri Swami Satchidananda (paperback book)
The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, the basis of Raja Yoga, is a complete manual for the study and practice of Yoga. The classic sutras are presented here, in the purest form, with the original Sanskrit/English translation, transliteration, and commentary.
Required reading for Amrit Method of Yoga Level I Teachers.