Spanish edition of The Heart of Yoga
Page Count: 272;
8.00 (width) x 10.00 (height)
100 b&w photographs and 200 b&w illustrations
Imprint: Inner Traditions en Español
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About El corazón del Yoga
The son of a great yogi teaches how to develop a personalized yoga practice
• A step-by-step viniyoga yoga sequence adapted to the needs of the individual
• A contemporary classic by a world-renowned teacher
Sri Tirumalai Krishnamacharya, who lived to be over 100 years old, was one of the greatest yogis of the modern era. Now his son teaches the full spectrum of his yoga with step-by-step instructions for poses, conscious breathing, meditation, and philosophy--tailored to the practitioner’s current state of health, age, occupation, and lifestyle.
T. K. V. Desikachar lived and studied with his father all his life and currently teaches at the school founded in his father's memory in Madras, as well as in Europe, the United States, Australia, and New Zealand.
About the Author(s) of El corazón del Yoga
T.K.V. Desikachar vivió y estudió con su padre hasta la muerte de éste en 1989. Ha dedicado su vida a la enseñanza del yoga a personas de todas condiciones y niveles de habilidad, y en la actualidad enseña en la escuela fundada en memoria de su padre en Madrás, así como en Europa, los Estados Unidos, Australia y Nueva Zelandia.
Praise for El corazón del Yoga
"I can think of no better book to recommend to a friend beginning to be excited by yoga but bewildered by the plethora of different schools and their sometimes-conflicting teachings. In addition, I would be hard-pressed to think of a book I would recommend more highly to any yoga student seeking to deepen a yoga practice . . . The great gift of The Heart of Yoga
lies not simply in the depth of Desikachar's learning, but in the compassion, gentleness, practicality, and down-to-earth spirit that permeate the book."
" . . . a milestone in the transmission of yoga from the ancient masters to the modern world."
Bodhi Tree Book Review, Winter 1999 / Spring 2000