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The Power Of Ashtanga Yoga II

Here is a list of my 23 recommended Ashtanga yoga books for beginners to this practice, home practitioners, or even experienced Ashtangis looking to deepen their understanding of key topics of this practice.

The Power of Ashtanga Yoga II

In this ashtanga yoga book, Kino McGregor discusses when a student is ready to start the intermediate series of Ashtanga, as well as the purification aspects of the practice, pranayama techniques, and other interesting parts of the practice. if(typeof ez_ad_units != 'undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[250,250],'yogamyoldfriend_com-leader-1','ezslot_8',113,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-yogamyoldfriend_com-leader-1-0');

Interestingly, this book does not follow the traditional, linear pattern for the set sequence of Ashtanga yoga. Instead, it interlinks the eight limbs and shows how to incorporate them into the physical practice.

I picked up my copy and was immediately hooked. Written by two well-respected teachers, Guy Danahaye and Eddie Stern, present a series of interviews carried out with senior Ashtanga yoga teachers, all explaining their relationship with Ashtanga yoga and Sri K. Pattabhi Jois.

Very different from all the books presented above, this book is in the form of a story. Beyond asanas, anatomy and alignment, this book presents a story of how the teachings of yoga reached Tibet from their home in India, over a thousand years ago.if(typeof ez_ad_units != 'undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[336,280],'yogamyoldfriend_com-mobile-leaderboard-1','ezslot_17',119,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-yogamyoldfriend_com-mobile-leaderboard-1-0');

He then us through the Sun Salutation and then all the poses in the Ashtanga yoga sequence in a way that precisely describes how to carry out each asana and what benefits each provides. This is a more vintage-like book in comparison to the others, that does deserve a place in any large Ashtanga yoga book collection.

David Keil is considered an authority on the subject of anatomy in the Ashtanga yoga world. I was lucky enough to practice with him several years ago and I got to experience being adjusted by someone who really does know how the body works.

The book presents beautifully illustrated photographs and colored images to clearly explain the concepts and asanas. This book is invaluable for both yoga teachers (not just Ashtanga teachers) and yoga practitioners looking for a deeper anatomical understanding of their practice.

Alexia Koletsou is a Level 1 Authorized Ashtanga Yoga Teacher with a Ph.D. in Science Communication. She received her blessing to teach Ashtanga Yoga in 2019, from the Sri K. Pattabhi Jois Ashtanga Yoga Institute in Mysore, India, where she has had the honor of practicing with R. Sharath Jois multiple times over the years. She is the owner of her own Shala in Greece and now shares her knowledge on and her YouTube channel Alexia K Yoga.

Kino MacGregor - Personal Biography Without any background in movement training, Kino MacGregor tried her first yoga class when she was nineteen. Three years later, she joined Govinda Kai's Mysore-style classes in New York City and became a dedicated Ashtanga yoga practitioner. After seven months of traditional Ashtanga practice, Kino traveled to Mysore, India to meet her true teacher, Sri K. Pattabhi Jois ("Guruji"). Upon her return she began real self-practice by practicing alone and devoting herself entirely to the study of Ashtanga yoga. After seven years of consistent trips to Mysore, at the age of 29, she received from Guruji the certification to teach Ashtanga yoga. She completed the third series of Ashtanga yoga and is now learning the fourth series with Sharath.

Kino is also a life coach and Ph.D. student in holistic health with a Master's Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from New York University. After spending a major portion of her life actively engaged in personal growth work, Kino returned to Miami Beach to create a space dedicated to the integration of yoga, holistic health and consciousness. In 2006, she and her husband Tim Feldmann founded Miami Life Center, where they now teach daily classes and workshops together.

Kino is dedicated to sharing the amazing tradition of Ashtanga yoga with its growing number of practitioners. Teaching locally and internationally, she leads classes, workshops and retreats in traditional Ashtanga yoga, holistic health and total life transformation. In her unique, inspirational and playful approach, Kino helps her students expand and deepen their understanding of yoga and life.

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