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- Rodmell Press 2010; US$ 12.95
Glimpses of Raja Yoga is based on a series of talks given by Vimala Thakar at a retreat for yoga teachers conducted in Italy in 1989. First published in India in 1991, the book serves as an informal introduction to Patanjali's Yoga Sutras, which many yogis regard as the ultimate authority on yoga practice and philosophy. The Yoga Sutras are comprised... more...
- Rodmell Press 2011; US$ 14.95
Writer and editor Bruce Black began studying yoga five years ago, after his knees could no longer stand the stress of running. Shortly after taking his first class, he started keeping a journal to explore his experiences on the mat. Out of his journal and his devotion to Anusara Yoga has emerged a book that delves into the nexus of yoga, writing,... more...
- Rodmell Press 2011; US$ 23.95
Experience the rest of your life with restorative yoga, the supported poses and breathing practices that will help you heal the effects of chronic stress. In Relax and Renew, the first book exclusively devoted to this work, you'll find: in-depth guidance in Basic Relaxation Pose (Savasana), the heart of restorative practice, as well as the Centering... more...
- Rodmell Press 2012; US$ 18.95
In his previous book, Being Upright: Zen Meditation and the Bodhisattva Precepts , Reb Anderson Roshi described how we must become thoroughly grounded in conventional truth through the practice of compassion before we can receive the teachings of the ultimate truth. In The Third Turning of the Wheel , he introduces us to the next stage of our journey... more...
- Rodmell Press 2012; US$ 18.95
Sparks of Divinity is a collection of the teachings of yoga master B.K.S. Iyengar first published in a French-English bilingual edition in 1976. The material for this book was gathered and compiled by NoŽlle Perez-Christiaens from class notes and correspondence during the formative years of Iyengar's international career. The entries cover the period... more...
- Rodmell Press 2009; US$ 14.95
For yoga teacher Judith Hanson Lasater and her husband, mediator Ike K. Lasater, language is a spiritual practice based on giving and receiving with compassion. In What We Say Matters, they offer new and nurturing ways of communicating. Long-term students of yoga and Buddhism, the authors here blend the yoga principle of satya (truth) and the... more...
- Rodmell Press 2010; US$ 17.95
In The Practice of Freedom, American sensei Wendy Palmer applies the basic principles of aikido to the conduct of everyday life. This fifth-degree black belt describes her own fascinating journey, one that includes caring for a mother with multiple sclerosis, teaching inmates in a women's federal prison, and the development her own method of meditation... more...
- Rodmell Press 2005; US$ 9.95
By time she was in her early twenties, Sandy Blaine was facing multiple traumatic knee injuries that left her in constant pain. After enduring extensive physical therapy with limited results, Blaine was amazed when a six-month exploration of Iyengar yoga caused her knee pain to disappear completely. Spurred by curiosity and gratitude to find out how... more...
- Rodmell Press 2005; US$ 14.95
Compassion in the face of pain, anguish, or unspeakable evil often produces confusion and bewilderment: How can someone endure such unjust suffering with such calm? Wouldn't it be more natural, and more proper, to not be calm at all? In Compassion , Christina Feldman draws over 30 years of experience as a Buddhist to explain how ordinary people are... more...