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Classical Yoga Asana

A teacher training manual and practiceguide for classical yoga postures in the tradition of T. Kri

by (author) Ante Pavlovic

Barlow Books
Initial publish date
Sep 2019
  • Hardback

    Publish Date
    Sep 2019
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This illustrated encyclopedia is the first to show the classical approach of moving in and out of posture sequences, with the proper breathing instructions and teaching guidelines. It provides a series of line drawings for each of the 1000 poses in the book to help yoga teachers and serious students see how to move through a pose safely and effectively. It suggests the most efficient words that yoga teachers can use to guide students through the poses, and it includes detailed information on each posture, name, meaning, form, and function, as well as numerous modifications and variations to suit the unique needs and capabilities of each individual. The book starts with an 80-page introduction that provides the foundation and principles of yoga philosophy and practice. It's an essential reference for yoga teachers and serious students everywhere.

About the author

Ante Pavlovic is an author, senior teacher, and yoga therapist in the lineage of yoga master T. Krishnamacharya. He lived in Chennai, India, for many years, where he had the privilege of studying directly with T.K.V. Desikachar, the son of Krishnamacharya, while also studying and teaching at the highly regarded Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram. For decades, Ante has travelled to India annually to deepen his understanding in this lineage. His ongoing dedication to this lineage continues at Yoga Therapy, a centre for therapy and education, located in Toronto, Canada, since 2005.

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