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 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→
Master yoga teacher Judith Lasater draws upon her training and experience as a physical therapist in her latest book on yogic anatomy. Yogabody is organized into five sections (the locomotor… Read More→
Yoga-star Sarah Powers first book blends the theory and practice of Hatha Yoga, Chinese meridian therapy and Buddhist meditation into a fascinating exploration of the body, breath, mind and energy…. Read More→
An excellent resource for the sequencing of yoga postures, this large-format spiral-bound book is divided into 5 levels of sequences: beginner, intermediate, intermediate/advanced, advanced and restorative. Each of the sequences… Read More→
Kirtan (call-and-response Sanskrit chanting), is becoming increasingly popular in the West. Three recent books aim to describe this practice to newcomers and experienced chanters alike. If you are interested in… 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
Seek to know him from whom all beings have come,
by whom they all live, and unto whom they all return.
He is Brahman.