Recommended Yoga Meditation Books
Machelle M. Seibel, M.D., and Hari Kaur Khalsa Foreword by Yogi Bhajan Interest in yoga is at an all-time high, especially among …
Guru Prem Singh Khalsa
Learning to live from the heart is a journey toward a life of devotion. Devotion has its own geometry, symmetry and balance. How we bend and bow, turn and twist, gives form to our devotion. Our bodies become a living prayer devotion in motion.
The Art of Success
Everyday Excellence gives you the tools you need to break through your existing patterns that hold you back from being successful. Yogi Bhajan’s Eight Elements of Excellence, as outlined in these pages, is your road map. Begin your journey today-and every day!
Kundalini Yoga as Taught by Yogi Bhajan
The chakras are the keys to being human and being happy. In this collection, Yogi Bhajan, the master of Kundalini Yoga, defines the nature of the chakras, how they work, their interaction, projection, and potency with both humor and subtlety, and often, surprising candor. Throughout this manual and the accompanying meditations you will:
A Lifelong Guide to Wellness
The Woman’s Book of Yoga and Health is the first comprehensive book about women’s health issues and how to treat them with yoga. The authors offer a complete yoga program for general health as well as pose sequences that address specific health problems—all in the Iyengar tradition, which targets health needs more than other forms of yoga. For example, in the first part of the book, Patricia Walden has organized three chapters showing yoga poses with clear instructions that tell how to get into each pose and describe its benefits: chapter one is the Essential Sequence for all women, and includes modifications for people who cannot or should not do all the poses; chapter two is the Restorative Sequence for stress relief and relaxation; chapter three contains advanced poses that energize and tone.