Are you constantly seeking out great yoga books, videos and music for your yoga practice? You’re in luck–we’ve rounded up and carefully reviewed the best titles relating to yoga in our reviews section. We’ve recently begun compiling our reviews together in easy accessible monthly and seasonal posts. If you have a title you’d like to suggest for review, please let us know!
This researched and highly informative book begins with a thorough overview of the pathology, philology, treatment and prevention of osteoporosis. While these first seven chapters are not required reading to… Read More→
This fascinating book describes how meditation practices can literally change our minds. Hanson uses neuroanatomy, physiology and psychology to explain how the brain works in creating specific feelings and states… Read More→
This 78-minute audio CD was specifically created for experienced and athletic yogi/nis who are wanting a workout yoga experience. No instruction is given for the pranayama practices, so it is… Read More→
This illuminating and captivating book by psychologist Mariana Caplan explores the practice of discernment on the spiritual path. Through interviewing thousands of spiritual teachers and practitioners Caplan has uncovered the… Read More→
This delightful book on body’s chakra energy centers is well designed and illustrated with beautiful color photographs, charts and drawings. The bulk of the book is straightforward, going through the… Read More→
This devotion soaked CD is remarkable blend of many different musical styles, musicians and instruments. Raised as a “Krishna kid,” Gaura Vani draws on his upbringing singing and playing traditional… Read More→
To get the most out of our site, we suggest you take some time to explore before jumping into the practice. Browse our yoga 101 section for general info on the history and types of yoga, then start exploring asanas the physical postures used in hatha yoga. Remember to breathe and always start your yoga practice with a brief meditation. If you are new to yoga, please read our Yoga for Beginner's page
There are three classes of devotees. The lowest one says, "God is up there," and he points to heaven. The mediocre devotee says that God dwells in the heart as the "Inner Controller." But the highest devotee says: "God alone has become everything. All things that we perceive are so many forms of God."