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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 2 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 3 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 5 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 7 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 7 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 9 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 9 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.