“Ashtanga Yoga” by Caroline Klebl is an inspirational guide to the practice of the Primary and Intermediate Series of Ashtanga Yoga.
Beverly Hills, CA, January 30, 2012 – “Ashtanga Yoga” by Caroline Klebl is an inspirational guide to the practice of the Primary and Intermediate Series of Ashtanga Yoga. This book includes detailed descriptions of the practice and photographs of over 125 Yoga postures. “Ashtanga Yoga” by Caroline Klebl is an indispensable addition to every Yoga practitioner’s collection of Yoga books. This book includes instruction in the practice of the Sun Salutations, standing postures, seated postures, forward bends, twists, back bends and inversions. This book also describes the precise order in which these yoga asanas are to be practiced, so that the postures can be practiced safely and effectively and every practitioner can attain to the practice of 100’s of yoga postures and experience the health benefits and psychological benefits of practicing yoga postures. “Ashtanga Yoga” by Caroline Klebl is for sale on her website www.sourceofyoga.com and on Amazon.com.
Ashtanga Yoga is a dynamic practice of Yoga postures, which are connected by Vinyasa or breath initiated movements, which link one posture to the next. Ashtanga Yoga quickly builds strength, increases flexibility and improves cardiovascular fitness. The practice of Ashtanga Yoga eliminates disease, strengthens the body, mind and sense organs, induces a deeply meditative state and creates a clear connection between the individual and universal self.
This method was imparted by Vamana Rishi in the Yoga Korunta, a sacred ancient text and has been passed down in disciplic succession for thousands of years. This method consists of a Primary, Intermediate and Advanced series of Yoga postures and a Pranayama (breath control) sequence. In this book, Caroline Klebl describes the method of practice of the Primary and Intermediate Series. The Primary Series is referred to as Yoga Chikitsa or Yoga Therapy and is designed to strengthen the body and eliminate disease. The Intermediate Series is called Nadi Shodhana or the cleansing of the subtle energy channels, which underlie the physical form. The Primary and Intermediate series of Yoga postures must be practiced for many years, before the advanced postures and Pranayama sequence can be practiced effectively.
About the Author:
Caroline Klebl, PhD, has been teaching Yoga within the US and internationally since 1997. She learned the Ashtanga Yoga method from world renowned Yoga Guru, Sri K Pattabhi Jois over the course of nine years. She studied traditional Ayurveda and Pancha Karma, Sanskrit and Yoga Philosophy in South India and received a PhD in Yoga from the Alternative Medicine University of India. Her Yoga Asanas have been featured in two Yoga Calendars and Yoga magazines all over the world. She has also written numerous articles for Yoga magazines and produced a Yoga DVD. She developed 200 and 500 hour internationally accredited Yoga Teacher Training programs, which she teaches within the US and internationally. For additional information and to purchase the Ashtanga Yoga book by Caroline Klebl visit her website www.sourceofyoga.com
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