If you want to teach yoga or would like to deepen your practice
Laxmi Yoga 200hr Teacher Training with Sally Parkes
then you still
have time to sign up for the next Laxmi Yoga 200hr Teacher Training with Sally Parkes
Taking place over weekends in London plus a residential week in Spain this recognised Yoga Alliance UK and Independent Yoga Network course allows you to teach internationally.
The first of the London weekends is 28th February-1st March. I’m looking forward to meeting all the new teacher trainees in April when I’ll be introducing the group to teaching Restorative Yoga and Yoga for Back Care.
For full details, plus to hear from past graduates click here to visit Sally’s website.
Thinking about Yoga Teacher Training in 2015? Book your place on the next Laxmi 200hr course by 30th Nov & save £250!
The next Laxmi 200hr course with Sally Parkes Yoga starts in April and takes place in Spain and London.
Graduates from every course intake since launching in 2012 are successfully teaching in the UK and overseas. I’m privileged to be a tutor on this course and look forward to meeting the next group of teacher trainees!
For more information, please visit the Laxmi Yoga Teacher Training page here.
Light on Yoga by B.K.S. Iyengar
Over the past several months on my website
I have been featuring yoga related books
that I’ve really enjoyed and want to share with you guys reading out there.
For anyone who has missed the titles featured so far, I am going to include my previous ‘Books of the Month’ here on the blog starting with Light on Yoga by BKS Iyengar…
“[Yoga]… means a poise of the soul which enables one to look at life in all its aspects evenly.” – B.K.S. Iyengar, Light on Yoga
A classic yoga text. This is the most comprehensive guide to Hatha yoga I have come across.
Ironically, it is only in the last year that I began attending Iyengar classes after a decade of asana practice, and even now it is admittedly not as often as I would like (something I wish to rectify in 2013). But I always leave feeling able to take its firm foundations into my practice elsewhere.
There is little I can say to do Light on Yoga full justice here. In this incredibly well-illustrated book, Mr. Iyengar explains not just each asana and its benefits (plus of course, correct alignment) he also guides the reader through pranayama techniques and more.
It comes as no surprise that many of the yoga teachers I know own this book. With various yoga routines to follow, hints and cautions for practice and a section on curative asanas for numerous conditions it’s an invaluable resource. It is also on the reading list for the Laxmi Yoga 200hr Teacher Training (which I am excited to be a part of this year – see here for more info).
This book also reminds us that there is no substitute for consistent practice and dedication. And for anybody who struggles with the notion of how it is possible for yoga to be more than ‘keep-fit’ exercise, I invite you to read the beginning of this book.
A must-have for serious practitioners and anyone wishing to deepen their understanding of yoga.