30 essential yoga poses for beginning students and their teachers von J. Lasater, Ph.D., P.T.

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Zustand: neu – Sprache: Englisch – Jahr: 1. Auflage 2003 – ISBN: 9781930485044 – Abmessungen: 21,5 x 28cm – Seitenzahl: 248 – Einband: Softcover – Verlag: Rodmell Press – Gewicht: 870g

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Klappentext: In 30 Essential Yoga Poses, Judith Lasater draws on her wealth of yoga practice and teaching experience, as well as her training as a physical therapist, to present this comprehensive guide for beginning students and their teachers.

In Part One, „Beginning with an Ancient Tradition,“ she discusses yoga’s ancient eightfold path and its relevance in today’s world. In Part Two, „Being a Student, Being a Teacher,“ she goes to the heart of yoga, that is, the all-important student-teacher relationship. Students will find this part helpful in selecting an appropriate teacher. Her discussion about creating clear boundaries is invaluable support for teachers who wish to establish, as she advocates, „a restorative environment“ for their students.

She describes thirty essential yoga poses (asana), their variations, and breathing practices (pranayama) in Part Three, „The Poses“. She offers guidance for the student practicing at home, and points for the teacher to take into his or her classroom.

In Part Four, „The Practice,“ she puts the poses together in four ways:

  • a sequence for busy days
  • a sequence for each day of the week
  • themed sequences for lower back pain, hip and hamstring flexibility, shoulder and upper back flexibility, balance, strength, energy, fatigue, relaxation
  • a sequence using the thirty essential yoga poses

Each sequence is presented as a photographic chart for easy visual reference, and includes a „Mantra for Daily Practice“.

Part Five, „And More,“ includes a glossary of anatomical terms and resources for further study.

A yoga teacher since 1971, Judith Lasater holds a doctorate in East-West psychology and is a physical therapists. She has written extensively on the therapeutic aspects of yoga, including the books Relax and Renew, Living your yoga, 30 essential yoga poses, and Yoga for pregnancy. She teaches yoga in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she lives with her family.

Aus dem Inhalt:

  • Acknowledgements
  • Part one: Beginning with an ancient tradition
    • About yoga
    • About the book
    • Go fo the joy
  • Part two: Being a student , being a teacher
    • The student chooses the teacher
    • Boundaries: Creating a restorative environment
    • Essential guidelines for students – attending a yoga class
    • Transitioning from student to teacher
    • Essential guidelines for teachers
    • From colleague to colleague
  • Part three: The poses
    • Mountain pose
    • Tree pose
    • Extended triangle pose
    • Half moon pose
    • Warrior I pose
    • Warrior II pose
    • Extended side-angle stretch pose
    • Side stretch stretch pose
    • Wide-leg standing forward bend pose
    • Downward-facing dog pose
    • Standing forward bend pose
    • Up-plank pose and down-plank pose
    • Headstand preparation pose
    • Lunge pose
    • Cobra pose
    • Bow Pose
    • Bridge PoseUpward-facing bow pose
    • Elevated legs-up-the- wall pose
    • Supported shoulderstand pose
    • Simple seated-twist pose
    • Hero-Heroine pose
    • Head-of-the-knee pose
    • Seated-angle pose
    • Bound-angle pose
    • Reclining leg-stretch pose
    • lying twist pose
    • Child’s pose
    • Basic Meditation pose
    • Basic Relaxation pose and essential breathing practice
  • Part four: The practiceThe sacred circle
    • Sequencing and why it matters
    • Props and why they matter
    • Practical tips for practicePart five: And more
  • Glossary
  • Resources
  • About the model
  • About the author
  • From the publisher
  • Index

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