Recommended Books:

 

These are all good books for beginners who want a no-nonsense introduction to Yoga and also students who have specific needs.

 

  1. Rodney Yee with Nina Zolotow, Moving Toward Balance: 8 Weeks of Yoga (Amazon link)

 

  1. Donna Farhi, Yoga Mind, Body & Spirit: A Return to Wholeness (Amazon link)

 

  1. Timothy McCall, MD,  Yoga as Medicine: The Yogic Prescription for Health and Healing (Amazon link)

 

  1. Suza Francina, The New Yoga for People Over 50: A Comprehensive Guide for Midlife and Older Beginners (Amazon link)

 

  1. Emily Slonina and Laura Carapellese, Anywhere, Anytime, Any Body Yoga (Amazon link)

 

  1. Francoise Barbira Freedman, Yoga for Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond (Amazon link)

 

Magazines & Articles:

 

  1. Yoga Journal: http://www.yogajournal.com

 

A fantastic magazine with many useful articles and resources.  Check-out the  terrific ‘build a sequence’ page for students to print out their own series of poses: http://www.yogajournal.com/poses/sequence_builder

 

  1. Report by American Council on Exercise on the benefits of Yoga [PDF link]

 

Accessories:

 

  1. Hugger Mugger: http://www.huggermugger.com

 

I like Hugger Mugger because they sell a cotton yoga mat which soaks up sweat.

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