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xiv, 255 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Includes bibliographical references (page 243) and index.
"Because yoga has become more and more popular and integrated into Western culture, millions of people outside of India study and practice yoga. Along with this has been a proliferation in the numbers of yoga teachers. In this book, introduces "yoga myths' in each chapter. These are the beliefs commonly held about how movements should be practiced which in fact do not represent the actual physical anatomical reality the body's structure and how it moves. These yoga myths are very common among virtually all systems of yoga asana practice. This book creates the opportunity to choose something different in our practice and teaching of yoga. This difference is that we now have the power to stop injuring ourselves, and to begin to move with more joy and ease"-- Provided by publisher.
9781611807967 (trade paperback)
1611807964 (trade paperback)