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on 19 February 2001
TKV Desikachar, a living Yogi, discusses the theory and practice of Yoga as laid down by his father Krishnamacharya, and based upon his own personal practice. It is a Viniyoga manual - yoga adapted to the needs of the individual, and as such will appeal to students and teachers from all branches of yoga. The book is divided into three parts. Part I "The Practice of Yoga" talks about asana and pranayama, and gives some useful sequences. Part II "The understanding of Yoga", deals with right thought and overcoming obstacles. And Part III, "The Yoga Sutra of Patanjali" which offers a translation and commentary of this ancient text. This book also includes some interesting interview / question and answer sections. Which are most useful at gaining a deeper insight into the purpose and proper practice of yoga. Om Shanti
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