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If you are a yoga teacher or serious student, you will enjoy this book.
I am a voracious reader, so I when I come across a book, essay, or article that stands out from the legion of texts that I have read: it really means something.
All contributors have powerful, personal stories which are shared with grace and candor.
Just a collection of articles from different authors. I was disappointed.Published 3 months ago by Gilda G
very interesting collection of different contemporary views of Modern yoga (or modern "Asana-classes").
emotional, social and ecological aspects are reviewed. Read more
Good selection of essays about yoga off the mat and into the world. Also, some good insights into how to create a good yoga community.Published 14 months ago by STACYB
cobra. is a yoga pose that has you looking up at the sky and that's what this book does it describes the spirit/mind/body connection and how yoga is perceived and fits into... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Sarah baldwin rose
If this woman had considered the viewpoint of many a South Asian, rather than her own friends, this book would not exist. Atrocious.Published 16 months ago by Sikhnation
This was a fascinating collection of essays exploring the on the ground reality of modern yoga in America. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Suzanne Kiehn
For anyone who's serious about yoga, whether a beginner or advanced, I encourage you to read this collection of essays about yoga in the 21st century in the USA. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Happy Hiker
I really enjoy a book with multiple essays and variety.
The book works on so many levels from a personal yoga journey (personally reflective) to societal context. Read more
21st Caentury Yoga was an interesting read, I was impressed by everyone of the essays, by the diversity of thinking around yoga in the western world. Read morePublished 21 months ago by pheonix