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  • Ashtanga Yoga is a style of yoga popularized by K. Pattabhi Jois in the 20th century and is considered a modern-day variation of a classical Indian yoga, widely accepted in the West. The name Ashtanga denotes eight limbs or branches, which were mentioned in Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. The Ashtanga Yoga Intermediate Series Workbook comes as a follow up to Ashtanga Yoga Primary Series Workbook for those who wish to pursue higher Ashtanga knowledge and are interested in advancing onto the next level. Equally suitable whether you are a teacher or a student, working in a group or alone, using it during teacher trainings, workshops or self-study, it acts as a tool to allow you to fully understand the anatomy, alignment and the technical details of the more complex Ashtanga asanas without interfering with the suggestions and guidance from your teacher or study source. It is not a textbook, but more of a progress and study log you create yourself. Success is a few simple disciplines repeated daily. Start today!
  • Ashtanga Yoga is a style of yoga popularized by K. Pattabhi Jois in the 20th century and is considered a modern-day variation of a classical Indian yoga, widely accepted in the West. The name Ashtanga denotes eight limbs or branches, which were mentioned in Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. The Ashtanga Yoga Primary Series Workbook is designed to introduce you to Ashtanga. We were all beginners at something. Every master started out from the same place of beginnings, but now you have a tool to help you with the process. It makes no difference whether you are a teacher or a student, working in a group or alone, using it during teacher trainings, workshops or self-study. Ashtanga Yoga Primary Series Workbook will not interfere with the instructions of your teacher as it has no explanations, just the hand sketched drawings, the name of the asana, and a lot of free space to take detailed notes while learning. Success is a few simple disciplines repeated daily. Start today!  
  • Vinyasa yoga is a broader yoga term describing the way yoga is performed and can be applied to various styles. It is also often referred to as “power yoga” and the name itself translates as “arranging something in a special way”. In Vinyasa yoga the movement synchronizes to the breath and is also known as “flow yoga”, as the poses flow and become like a dance. The Vinyasa Yoga Workbook is based upon the Ashtanga style of yoga and modified to fit the faster nature and pace of Vinyasa. It’s made for those who need more force in their yoga and aim for a vigorous powerful sequence. Vinyasa Yoga Workbook is thus made for the free spirits amongst you who don't like to be bound within a set of rules. With no set superimposed structure you may feel free to choose your own sequence of asanas as you see fit. As a tool to fully understand the anatomy, alignment and the technical details it is equally suitable whether you are a teacher or a student, working in a group or alone, using it during teacher trainings, workshops or self-study. Success is a few simple disciplines repeated daily. Start today!
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    Yin yoga is a slow-paced style where a posture is held for a longer period of time - from 45 seconds for beginners to 5 minutes or more for advanced practitioners. It spread through the West in 1970. with the teachings of martial arts expert and Taoist yoga teacher Paulie Zink. It applies moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility, and aims to cultivate awareness and inner silence. The Yin Yoga Workbook is designed for all those looking for a calmer, more meditative approach to yoga and wellbeing. It is good for the soul to step outside of the hastiness of the world now and then and just hold your ground calm and breathing. As a tool to fully understand the anatomy, alignment and the technical details it is equally suitable whether you are a teacher or a student, working in a group or alone, using it during teacher trainings, workshops or self-study. Success is a few simple disciplines repeated daily. Start today!