This book is in my top 5, possible top 2, greatest yoga books of all time. You don't have to like Jivamukti, ever have practiced it, or ever want to practice it and you can still be blown away by this book. I read this quote about the book and it is absolutely true,
"“If there is only one book you read about the practice of Yoga, this should be the one"–STEPHAN RECHTSCHAFFEN, MD Co-founder & CEO, Omega Institute
This is the most easy to understand and complete book on yoga and the 8 limbs that I have ever read. It is beautifully written and you will find so many nuggets of wisdom to use in your own daily life and to share with your students.
While I do not agree with everything Sharon and David say, I respect their opinions because they come from years of study and a strong practice. Like me, they are not trying to appease people, they just speak their truth which is admirable.
This book not only includes philosophy but also talks about sequencing and includes many sequences for you to do at home.
I will be giving away one copy of this book.
You Must Be a Subscriber to this Blog
Respond below with your favorite book on yoga of all time. Be sure to include your e-mail address.
Giveaway closes September 9
Bonus Entries: Like me on Twitter and Facebook and leave a comment