Foreword - Lizzie Lasater; 1. Introduction - Sian O'Neill; 2. A History of Yoga - Graham Burns; 3. Yoga and Philosophy - Graham Burns; 4. Breath - Andrew McGonigle; 5. Key Asana Explained - Andrew McGonigle; 6. Pranayama - Philip Xerri; 7. Yoga and Ayurveda - Tarik Dervish; 8. Different Styles of Yoga. A. Ashtanga - Scott Johnson; B. Forrest Yoga - Heidi Sormaz; C. Iyengar - Korinna Pilafidis-Williams; D. Scaravelli - Catherine Annis; E. Vinyasa flow - Mimi Kuo-Deemer; F. Yin - Norman Blair; 9. Developing a Home Practice - Alison Leighton; 10. British Wheel of Yoga Foundation Course (I and II) - Wendy Teasdill; 11.What to Expect from Yoga Teacher Training - Sian O'Neill; A. Tarik Dervish - Nerine Pal; B. Triyoga - Damaris Booth; C. Catherine Annis - Nicole Svott; D. Life Centre - Taz Aliabadi-Zadeh; 12. Yoga Journeys - Interviews with Well-loved Teachers - Sian O'Neill; Sanskrit Glossary; Index
Expert advice for yoga students and yoga teacher trainees
Sian O'Neill is a British Wheel of Yoga (BWY)-accredited yoga teacher. Her classes incorporate alignment, a mindful flow and breath awareness. She is Managing Director of an independent publisher. She lives in London, UK.
The Yoga Student Handbooks is a hugely useful and practical guide
for any yoga teacher starting out. Clearly written, informative,
but also accessible. -- Alice Asquith, Founder & Creative Director
of Asquith - Eco activewear for yoga, Pilates and living
A treasure trove of a book for any teacher.
Perfect for dipping into for a jewel or two, or all at once as an immersion into the depths of this ever expanding and fascinating tradition.