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David's unique approach makes learning about anatomy easy for anyone, while completely satisfying anatomy geeks who love to learn all they can about muscles and bones. The manual begins with basic principles of functional anatomy, then helps you understand how they work within many of the yoga asanas.  David's descriptions allow you to feel what he’s saying in your own body. There is so much to learn from this book that it could very well be your go-to yoga anatomy reference manual for years to come. H. David Coulter's Anatomy of Hatha Yoga is possibly the most comprehensive yoga anatomy book that exists. It reads, at times, like an anatomy or physiology text book, moving through an impressive detailed analysis of movement and posture, breathing and abdominopelvic exercises before taking that same approach to analyze standing poses, backbending poses, forward bending postures, twisting postures, headstand, shoulderstand and finishing with relaxation and meditation. 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It reads, at times, like an anatomy or physiology text book, moving through an impressive detailed analysis of movement and posture, breathing and abdominopelvic exercises before taking that same approach to analyze standing poses, backbending poses, forward bending postures, twisting postures, headstand, shoulderstand and finishing with relaxation and meditation. It's a thick book (almost 600 pages) and extremely dense with information, which is guaranteed to satisfy the most dedicated anatomy nerd. Although it definitely wouldn't be considered an easy read, it is, for the most part, surprisingly accessible for the average person. User Login Password * Thank you! David Procyshyn A Vessel of Blessing: Practical Guidance for Teachers Who Touch the Spirit in Yoga Practice by Arlene Bjork You would like to be more mindful You are looking for a detailed, comprehensive guide to yoga You aren’t interested in inner exploration You don’t need to learn about how yoga relates to the energy systems You love learning about your body, how you move and why Click here to purchase A Vessel of Blessing from Amazon You are looking for a book that shows pose modifications You are a yoga teacher looking to teach more than just the poses All you want is a guide to doing asanas 12 Essential Yoga Books to Inspire You and Your Yoga Practice Log in or register to post comments You prefer a book that lists poses in a structured way, with detailed guidance Monthly Update - July 2018 Home You don’t want a book that focusses mostly on practical meditation techniques By David Procyshyn 3 Comments You don’t want a book that focusses mostly on practical meditation techniques Many students find Donna Farhi’s Yoga Mind, Body and Spirit to be an invaluable part of their yoga journey. 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