A fun little Christmas e-book for kids and those still young at heart… I posted this a few years ago, but it’s still enjoyable to look at this time of year.
I’m re-reading Yoga Mala by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and rediscovered this gem on p. 5, which I love because it motivates and reminds us that true understanding of yoga only comes through diligent practice: We now have to ask whether it is possible to realize the true nature of yoga simply by understanding its meaning as […]
After an illustrious lifetime of expounding yogic wisdom to the eager masses, it only seems fitting that B.K.S. Iyengar, the undisputed heavyweight champion of the modern-day yoga bible, turns his gaze toward yoga’s foundational philosophical text, the Yoga Sutras. In Core of the Yoga Sutras, Mr. Iyengar provides unique commentary on Patanjali’s 196 aphorisms that only someone […]
Like many yogis, I read/browse a crap-ton of yoga books every year because it’s just one of those things I love to do. It makes me happy, inspires me, and (I like to think) helps make me a well-rounded yogi. If you follow Daily Cup of Yoga on Twitter you’ll know I recently declared Hell-Bent: Obsession, Pain, and […]
Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, so…get on your way!
“In a gentle way, you can shake the world.” – Gandhi This morning while reading the newspaper over breakfast at my hotel, I came across a review of a book I hadn’t heard of yet. The book, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking, purports to extol the value of those […]
It’s a bit of a costly habit (well worth it though), but one of the first things I do when I read a book is check whether the author provides additional reading recommendations. I’m currently reading The Science of Yoga and was happy to find a list of science and yoga history related books for further […]