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Kripalu Yoga: A Guide to Practice On and Off the Mat

by Richard Faulds

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"Over an extraordinary thirty year history, Kripalu Center has been a pioneer in combining authentic yoga with a contemporary Western lifestyle." -John Abbott, President, Yoga Journal From the senior teachers of the world-renowned Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health-the largest yoga and retreat center in North America-comes this comprehensive guide to the unique and influential Kripalu method, which emphasizes individual growth over outward perfection of form, making it accessible to people of all ages, fitness levels, and body types. KRIPALU YOGA A Guide to Practice On and Off the Mat Beginning with step-by-step "experiences" that teach essential body and breath awareness, Kripalu Yogafeatures fully illustrated routines for beginners and intermediate students , including Kripalu's easy-to-follow "press point" instructions. For advanced students, there is a broad menu of additional poses to increase strength, flexibility, and challenge. Far more than an exercise program, Kripalu Yoga also teaches the lifestyle practices and energy techniques that make yoga a powerful catalyst for physical healing, psychological growth, and spiritual awakening.… (more)
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A thorough introduction to the Kripalu tradition, including breathing techniques, warm-ups, postures and meditations. Very accessible discussion of yogic philosophy as well. ( )
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"Over an extraordinary thirty year history, Kripalu Center has been a pioneer in combining authentic yoga with a contemporary Western lifestyle." -John Abbott, President, Yoga Journal From the senior teachers of the world-renowned Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health-the largest yoga and retreat center in North America-comes this comprehensive guide to the unique and influential Kripalu method, which emphasizes individual growth over outward perfection of form, making it accessible to people of all ages, fitness levels, and body types. KRIPALU YOGA A Guide to Practice On and Off the Mat Beginning with step-by-step "experiences" that teach essential body and breath awareness, Kripalu Yogafeatures fully illustrated routines for beginners and intermediate students , including Kripalu's easy-to-follow "press point" instructions. For advanced students, there is a broad menu of additional poses to increase strength, flexibility, and challenge. Far more than an exercise program, Kripalu Yoga also teaches the lifestyle practices and energy techniques that make yoga a powerful catalyst for physical healing, psychological growth, and spiritual awakening.

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