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A PERSON EXPERIENCES LIFE AS SOMETHING SEPARATED FROM THE REST – A KIND OF OPTICAL DELUSION OF CONSCIOUSNESS. OUR TASK MUST BE TO FREE OURSELVES FROM THIS SELF-IMPOSED PRISON, AND THROUGH COMPASSION, TO FIND THE REALITY OF ONENESS.

Albert Einstein

 
 
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BOOKS I Reccommend

One of the first books I red, and still my favourite:

The hearth of Yoga, by T.K.V. Desikachar

Most complete for Asanas:

Light on Yoga, by B.K.S. Iyengar

This I find a little bit more advance reading, you need to have done some practice before appreciating (but I loved it):

Light in Life, by B.K.S. Iyengar

My teacher training asana book, simple and complete:

Asana Pranayama Mudra Bandha (APMB) by Swami Satyananda Saraswati

How Chakra theory explains psychology:

Practical Yoga Psychology by Dr. Rishi Vivekandanda


 

Online ResourceS

A great resource for understanding anatomy with Gill Hedley. His fuzz talk on fascia is a classical.

In order to see how much of scientific literature has been written on Yoga in the last years you can visit Yoga Alliance website and navigate a bit.

Here some TedTalks not specifically on Yoga (even though there are some), but somehow related:

Mindfulness explained by a Monk, and by a Scientist.

And this made me think about samtosha, self contentment, a yogic practice.

I strongly believe in grateful living, and that gratfulness makes us happy. 


 
 

THE GIFT OF LEARNING TO MEDITATE IS THE GREATEST GIFT YOU CAN GIVE YOURSELF IN THIS LIFETIME.

Sogyal Rinpoche


 
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 “Yoga is not a work-out, it is a work-in. And this is the point of spiritual practice; to make us teachable; to open up our hearts and focus our awareness so that we can know what we already know and be who we already are.” — Rolf Gates

 

Special Thanks to

My first yoga teacher

My teacher training school and teachers

My favourite teacher in Zürich, Rajesh

and especially to all who supported me, by giving me time and space for yoga, by practicing with me or asking me to teach, by listening about yoga, and by believing in me.

 
 

ANYONE CAN PRACTICE. YOUNG MAN CAN PRACTICE. OLD MAN CAN PRACTICE. VERY OLD MAN CAN PRACTICE. MAN WHO IS SICK, HE CAN PRACTICE. MAN WHO DOESN’T HAVE STRENGTH CAN PRACTICE. EXCEPT LAZY PEOPLE; LAZY PEOPLE CAN’T PRACTICE ASHTANGA YOGA.

Pattabhi Jois

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