A welcome book that is a great help in spotting common postural misalignments in students.
I feel like I'm equipped to go into a yoga class and modify or substitute postures for to meet the needs of my body.
I would definately recommend adding this book to your library if you are a yoga teacher...excellent resource.
Excellent intermediate text for yoga instructors. Older text, still very relevant today.Published 17 days ago by Mark J. Occhipinti
Such an amazing book from an amazing author .. Classic !!Published 2 months ago by C. Elizabeth Hoffmann
This came a pre-require suit book for learning to teach yoga and I have used it time and time again. It is definitely the yogi's go to manual for teaching. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Katie Lucantonio
great book illustrations were terrific and text was organized and clear recommend highly great for Yoga Therapists and students who want more clarity of the human bodyPublished 5 months ago by SANDRA M. SCALA
Recommended to me by my daughter, who is a master yoga instructor. Very clear directions, easy to follow, with poses that are designed for elderly people.Published 8 months ago by Kim Lewis
Pros: This is an interesting take on yoga. Mr. Stiles has a clear love for his profession, his students and yoga. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Ms Muffintop
This is an action oriented book. Provides answers...not just fluff. Unless you are medical goo-ru, you will need to google the location of affected muscles. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Virginia Kelley
This is a great beginner manual for Yoga Therapist. I have used several adaptations in class that has been inspired by this text. Thanks!Published 21 months ago by Cindy Andison of JiYa Yoga
The contents of this book are very valuable. The publishing format of this book hurts the eye of the reader, trying to cope with its ADOBE PRESENTATION.Published 22 months ago by RED WOLF