5 Books for Your Bridge Pose

These essential books are sure to take your yoga practice to the next plane of enlightenment.

5 Books for Your Bridge Pose

More than a collection of routines and poses, this selection of yoga memoirs and guides provides a different sort of inspiration for your yoga practice. Yogis of all levels will find much to learn, from how to assist others with their practice to stories about the pursuit of happiness through yoga.

yoga anatomyYoga Anatomy, by Leslie Kaminoff

Like a “Body Worlds” exhibit for yogis, Yoga Anatomy reveals the structure of muscles and joints beneath the skin in yoga poses. The color illustrations are an excellent reference for better understanding the underlying principles of yoga poses.


yin yang yoginiYin, Yang, Yogini, by Kathryn E. Livingston

When Kathryn E. Livingston must deal with a series of tumultuous life events, including the death or her parents and breast cancer, she turns within in order to cope. Livingston’s memoir demonstrates how, through yoga, she was able to find courage, strength, and happiness.


living your yogaLiving Your Yoga, by Judith Hanson Lasater

Living Your Yoga teaches techniques to access spirituality in every day life. The guide will help you improve your yoga practice without even unrolling your mat.


chicken soup to inspire the body and soulChicken Soup to Inspire the Body and Soul, by Chicken Soup for the Soul

Are you looking for a boost to reach your goals and commitments? Chicken Soup to Inspire the Body and Soul will remind you that hard work and determination pay off and serves as the perfect companion to your yoga practice.


a slice of the beloved yoga for couplesSlice of the Beloved, by Gurutej Khalsa

A yoga workbook for couples, Slice of the Beloved will help you and your partner build your relationship and strengthen the bond between your hearts and minds.

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