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Best on Modern Yoga: The Goddess Pose at site. Though it's not the flashiest book, it is very powerful. The subtitle is "The Bible of Modern Yoga" and that is no stretch. The information and inspiration you find here can easily blow any yogi away. Many yogis consider this a complement to Iyengar's "Light on Yoga. The Iyengar Way" was written in and the photos may look a little dated because of the unitards.
However, they're almost preferable to the "sexy" photos so often seen in more recent books. Rendered through a process of photography, medical illustration, and digital media, each pose is shown from the inside out with the pertinent anatomy highlighted. It's a book many instructors and students will find useful for everyday reference. An outstanding entry in the increasingly popular yoga memoir genre, this book sets itself apart with truly good writing.
In it, author Claire Dederer takes readers on her yoga journey with a book that goes beyond the physical benefits of yoga. The author discovered yoga while dealing with a back injury and breastfeeding.
Her story is universal, though mothers who have struggled with finding balance in their lives after having children will find it particularly inspirational. This book is a real game changer, taking everything you thought you knew about yoga's roots in ancient India and turning it on its ear.
You'll find yourself questioning a lot of the conventional wisdom you hear in yoga classes after reading this one. It offers creative adaptations of many poses using props such as chairs, blocks, blankets, and straps.
Instead of showing super flexible advanced yogis in gravity-defying poses, it offers practical advice for real people.
The yoga in "Bountiful, Beautiful, Blissful" is gentle, but the anecdotes and advice for pregnant women are unique in the sea of pregnancy books. It is empowering for anyone contemplating natural childbirth. Author Linda Sparrowe offers instructional notes and the black and white images by David Martinez are very impressive.
It's also important to know that it's available in hardcover and paperback, so be sure you know what you're downloading with this one. The prices vary greatly. The subtitle of Benjamin Lorr's book says it all: If you're looking for something a little more entertaining than the average yoga book, "Hell-Bent" is perfect.
Your understanding of modern yoga is not complete without knowing the significance of Devi's influence.