Structural Yoga Therapy: Adapting to the Individual
Once you have learned the basics of yoga, where do you go? This book has been written for teachers and serious practitioners who want to use yoga to bring complete balance to the body. Stiles provides a comprehensive overview of the spiritual philosophy of yoga and its many branches, and discusses everything that a beginning student needs to consider when choosing a practi...more
ebook, 344 pages
Published November 15th 2000 by Weiser Books
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I love this book and refer to it constantly in my teaching and even in my massage practice. Just today I pulled some information from it for a client. There are great assessment tools as well as lots of great information in helping to work one on one with clients with physical limitations and stress.
I am sure that ‘Structural Yoga Therapy’ will always be a foundational book in my yoga library. It is very basic but holds so much great advice for the yoga practitioner. Two of my favorite parts of the book were; first a section on what you should look for in a yoga teacher, and the second is the “Joint Freeing Series.”