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Featuring over 150 yogic postures from the main schools of yoga, including lyengar and Astanga Vinyasa, this book is a comprehensive illustrated step-by-step guide to achieving each posture. It offers advice on altering postures where necessary, enabling beginners to try more difficult positions. Experienced yoga practitioners will also find a number of challenging, advanced positions–perfect inspiration for developing their practice. In addition to postures, the book includes notes on various types of yoga practices as well as a summary of well-known traditional schools of yoga and how they vary. Readers will also find advice from the author on breathing techniques and the benefits of yoga in healing, pregnancy, de-stressing and meditation.

Product Details

  • Paperback: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Walking Stick Press; 39820th edition (May 29, 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1582972427
  • ISBN-13: 978-1582972428
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1.1 x 6.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds

Customer Reviews

Add a spiral binding!

78 people found this helpful.
 on July 10, 2017
By J. DiStephan
I just started yoga a few months ago and this book has been a great reference to review all the poses I have learned. I got it spiral bound at Staples for around $6, which really helped being able to use it while practicing!

just fantastic

76 people found this helpful.
 on June 12, 2016
By C. Jackson
I will mirror close to everyone else who has reviewed this product in saying that if it was spiral-bound it would go from being a great book to a near-perfect book. But the occasionally difficult-to-manage perfect binding is not a major deficit to a very well conceived and organized book. Not only are the asanas arranged according to general bodily position (sitting, standing, etc), but they also are arranged in a sequence that flow, so the following is one that would realistically be something that would follow the preceding. So you can intuitively hash out where the position you want is without having to return again and again to the index. At least that’s my experience.

A beautiful and fantastic fully illustrated book for anyone interested in Yoga.

9 people found this helpful.
 on November 24, 2015
By Joseph J. Truncale
I have been into the martial arts and physical fitness all my life. I have recently included yoga postures into my regular workout routine. Whenever I get into any fitness program I read as much as possible about the subject. In the case of yoga, I have read numerous books and articles lately and I must say this fantastic book (The Yoga Bible: The definitive guide to yoga postures by Christina Brown) is the best book I have ever read on yoga. This incredible volume has over 170 yoga positions and they all are in full color showing the postures.

Really helpful teaching companion

One person found this helpful.
 on November 11, 2017
By Sienna Love
This is a really wonderful addition to my growing yoga book collection. I was recently certified to teach and am always looking for new poses to add to my rotation, this book provides plenty, at varying levels. Each pose has a detailed description, explaining how to get into the pose and also how to hold the pose correctly. It also offers suggestions for modifications. I like that the book utilizes the non-Sanskrit names for the poses as most students will be more familiar with these terms. I do wish the book’s binding was a bit more malleable for ease of use while practicing. Lastly, Lion pose on p. 111 was an interesting surprise and not one I think I will be including in my rotation!

Incredibly helpful in breaking down poses!

One person found this helpful.
 on February 11, 2018
By Gerald M
I’m new to yoga, and I’m still learning the basics. This book has been incredibly helpful in breaking down poses. Would be nice in a spiral bound for reference while in the middle of my practice. Please note this book is a guide to how to achieve poses and gives you advise with what poses pair well with others in your flow. It’s designed to be a reference book not a step by step flow guide so please don’t rate this book based on not supporting a feature it’s not designed for.

I got this for my mom for Christmas. She’s …

2 people found this helpful.
 on December 26, 2017
By Amazon Customer
I got this for my mom for Christmas. She’s new to yoga and one of the classes she was going to never explained any of the poses or how to do them correctly. (She goes to a new one now) she was so excited to get this book so she could learn more on her own!

Great Source of information

One person found this helpful.
 on August 6, 2017
By Nosa Ebomoyi
Great for a yoga teacher to share different aspects of yoga with their students and keep coming back. The parts are broken into digestible chunks. The asanas includes the benefits, prep poses, counter poses and posture effects. You can explore a pose or create a sequence based on your needs. Great for teacher or student.

This book is awesome!! I am new to yoga and wanted …

2 people found this helpful.
 on February 7, 2017
By Amazon Customer
This book is awesome!! I am new to yoga and wanted to get a general, overall knowledge of the practice and this book is that and more!! Not only is it imformative, but it is written in a way you can understand, even if you know nothing about yoga! Definitely reccomend this!

Good "pocket" guide to poses

One person found this helpful.
 on April 24, 2017
By Chris Hugues
Good guide to poses, though not quite as much detail as I would like. Still is a good place to start, and it’s small size is easy to store
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