Best Yoga Books for a Healthy Lifestyle
A great book by the world famous expert and teacher in anatomy, Leslie Kaminoff and Amy Mathews covering the anatomy in yoga, suitable for advanced level practitioners. It gives idea about musculoskeletal anatomy while also teaches yoga asana, vinyasa, proper standing and sitting positions.
The most exciting part about the book is that it includes colorful illustrations showing the activated muscles, ligaments during each yoga pose and it also comes with description.
A very informative book on how poses affect and tighten the muscles and which joints are affected in which pose. The book is divided into sections (i.e: standing poses, seated poses etc.) which will help the reader to find specific content without reading the full book.
Overall, the book will come in very handy for yoga lovers, either for self practice or for those who want to teach yoga safely with anatomically correct guidance.
This book is a yoga inspired bedtime stories for your kids. Parents who are looking for a fun bedtime routine this book can be very helpful. The kids will love the colorful and soothing illustrations. If you're interested in yoga or you have high energy kids who move around a lot then this book can be an excellent solution for you. The book will give them an active, physical task while reading and calm them down for beds.
It is a perfect yoga book to read with a kid to inspire them to do yoga. There are beautiful asanas that look like the shapes of the universe which will bring the kids to close to the nature.
Though middle and upper elementary school readers may find it childish but it's a perfect one for preschoolers as they may find it fun to mimic the yoga poses of the story. In-fact, this can be a great family activity.
A great book for the yoga instructors which will give them tips to sequence a particular class. But the newbies may find it a bit difficult to understand the book as it is an advanced book. It has well written description of asanas and the flows of poses.
The book has sequences to balance each chakra. Each sequence contains proper synchronizing and breathing and meditation technique. one section of the book has all the poses in alphabetical order with a photo, the Sanskrit name with it its English translation and the information about the poses. As it has English translation alongside the Sanskrit words, it becomes easy to understand the book. The breathing cues, age appropriate asanas sequence of poses will give a new yogi the guidance to design a class.
A book that is perfect to learn more about yoga and its benefits, helping self practitioners and yoga teachers for sequencing a class. The book is sectioned into eight types of poses: standing, seated, back bends, inversions, prone etc.
This book has 2100 yoga poses (asanas) which is a lot more compared to most other yoga books. What is more interesting is each picture of the pose comes with a description, its Sanskrit name accompanied by its English translation. The pictures are very vivid and presented in an aesthetic way. The book also tells you which limbs and muscles are activated in a pose. As you turn the pages, the difficulty level of the asanas will gradually increase as it is categorized into "easy", " achievable with practice" and "stretch goals" sections.
The book helps one to see their progress and motivates with practice.
Namaslay is a book for everyone. It can be an amazing yoga guide for beginners, yoga instructors or even for those who are eager to learn more about yoga. It's a mixture of author Candace Moore's personal life story and yoga manual. Candace's genuine, candid and genuine and relatable life struggle stories and how yoga helped her overcome it, this specially touches the soul of the readers. Namaslay covers more than 100 yoga poses and let you get to the gist of how each should be done.
The book includes description of asanas, how to use props, breathing sequences, clear pictures of her doing the poses and also do's and dont's, all these will help you properly understand the pose. It also includes modifications for pose who cannot master the original pose. The book is divided by level of difficulty .
Candance has been so real through out the book that you will feel like having a personal yoga teacher while reading this book.
The book is what the title of the book says. You can easily guess this book is about easy yoga exercises which you can easily perform by just sitting on a chair. You do not need many fancy props and equipment to perform the exercises. So to say, it offers easily accessible yoga poses for couch potatoes. Office going people who are all time bound to the desk, can also easily do the exercises. Doing this light and easy exercises is better than sitting lazy, doing nothing.
In the book the author beautifully described why it is important to do this easy chair exercises. The traditional form of mat yoga can be intimidating for the beginners. But as chair yoga is easily accessible even the sedentary people can do it. Even it can help the injured persons to stay fit.
This book includes:
- 100 yoga poses.
- Separate chapters classified by body parts.
- Step by Step instruction and clear illustrations.
- Wide range of yoga movements that you can do on chair.
This is a great book to achieve mobility and flexibility. The yoga exercises will help you to increase your gains in the gym and to reduce post workout aches. It is both helpful for novice and advanced practitioners. As it contains modifications of the actual poses, beginners will find it easy to master.
The book includes:
- 25 yoga workouts.
- Over 50 postures.
- Easy to follow step by step instructions with illustrations. Like, what you should feel and what you should not feel while doing a particular exercise.
- Pre-made routines into three workout programs to increase your mobility, flexibility and athletic performance.