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This is (in my opinion) a great book for beginners. When you are ready to get serious about your practice read this in conjunction with B.K.S. Read morePublished 3 months ago by phil w. martin
I expected to love this book but it didn't happen. It got off to a good start but then got SO trapped in the mechanics of pranayama - how to sit or lie, how to place limbs, how to... Read morePublished 5 months ago by alissa
I am about half way through the book, and I have loved every chapter. Looking forward to the second half : )Published 6 months ago by SactoYogi
My copy of the "Yoga of Breath" by Richard Rosen is a well worn staple in my yoga repertoire of books. Read morePublished 8 months ago by P. Lavoie
My own yoga teacher suggested this book when I began teaching meditation and yogic breathing techniques tools for as pain relief and stress management for people with advanced... Read morePublished 8 months ago by teknozen
This is a great book and a keeper for anyone teaching true yoga and wanting to know the deeper aspects of what you are doing.Published 10 months ago by Gary R. Casebeer Ma. Ed. Ma. Comm.
The book is fine - I'm starting my yoga teacher training in a couple of weeks and it is on the reading list. It's the quality of the actual book that's the issue. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Taylor Marks
It is a very mental (masculine) approach.
I found it frustrating to have to figure out how to use all the props. Read more
A good approach of this quite difficult to understand technic .
The more you read the more you will (start to) understand.