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but nothing I can't easily get elsewhere
on November 23, 2014
The book was not quite was I expected or was looking for. I was looking for a book that would help guide me in creating my own sequences for home practice to augment my studio practice and help me emphasize asanas of my choosing that I am working on in class. Rather than a book about "sequencing," it provides a full range of "sequences," not quite the same thing. It is okay in itself, but nothing I can't easily get elsewhere, whether in video format or as a poster, or free online. I chose it over Mark Stephens' book simply because the subtitle emphasized home practice, whereas Stephens book is meant more for instructors. The author kindly autographed it, which also means I cannot easily return it. If you want a book of sequences to follow, I think it is a good book. But if you want a book to guide you to create your own sequences, this is not it.