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What Are Your Favorite Yoga Related Books?
Marsha: Guruji: A Portrait. I love this book! This is a collective of interviews from a couple dozen of Pattabhi Jois’s dedicated students over the last 30 years. It gives an insight on how he and the practice changed their lives. When I need inspiration to practice, all I have to do is pick this book up and read a few paragraphs.
Baghavad Gita by Stephen Mitchell. This ancient Sanskrit story is a valuable read for all levels of aspiring yogis. This version was easily digestible and a joy to read.
A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle. This book clearly explains what the ego is, how it clouds our perception, and how to work past it to live a present, purposeful, and more joyful life.
Kathy: Guruji, Bhaghavad Gita and pretty much anything by Pema Chodron.
Rebecca: Light on Yoga….he took all the pictures himself!
Jackie: Tao Te Ching and The Mirror of Yoga by Richard Freeman.
Joanne: I find I go back to Mr. Iyengar’s books most frequently especially Light on Yoga and Light on Life.