5 Yoga Books for Beginners Recommended By Nancy Koglmeier to Deepen Your Yoga Practice

Yoga is a 5000 year ancient Indian form of knowledge which has immense wealth to offer. The word Yoga has been originated from the Sanskrit word ‘Yuj’, meaning the action of linking. It is the process of getting divine treasures and supremacy. The practice of yoga initiates with the technique of monitoring the mind. Yoga is the finest way to keep the body strong, sickness free, eased, cheerful and vigorous. As you grow up, the understanding of asana grow into more refined way. By practicing yoga one disinfects numerous sheets of negativity and an inner “wedding” takes place amid the head and the heart. There is no fix age to begin Yoga; you can be a Yogi in any age.

Explore the list of 5 most popular Inspirational yoga books for yoga beginners.

#1 – The Yoga Bible – Yoga Book by Christina Brown

the yoga bible yoga book by christina brown

This 400 pages book with more than 170 yoga positions exhibited is a must have if you are a Yoga Lover. The book begins with the chapter “What is Yoga?” and later on discusses its numerous advantages. The Yoga Bible advises on how to do, how frequently to do, and how to do Yoga at ease. It correspondingly suggests thoughts on how to get more defy to your Yoga.


#2 – Yogalosophy – Yoga Book by Mandy Ingber

yogalosophy - yoga book by mandy ingber

Yogalosophy bidsan exclusive 28-day plan to help booklovers attain improved bodies and gladder minds. The book simultaneously proposes intelligent visions and provocative tales in every chapter, boosting readers to form a better, further life-embracing stand. The book also comes up with a DVD having a manageable suite of verified exercises.


#3 – Yoga Sequencing – Yoga Book by Mark Stephens

Yoga Sequencing - Yoga Book by Mark Stephens

This book with 528 pages having 2,000 photographs exemplifying 67 sequences is an indispensable source for all yoga lovers. It begins with introduction about how the art and science of Yoga are sequenced. The book has 5 parts and each part has various chapters defining numerous Yogaasnas. The book answers all queries about why yoga, what after yoga and what is a particular aasana bout?


#4 – Light on Yoga – Yoga Book By B. K. S. Iyengar

Light on Yoga - Yoga Book By B. K. S. Iyengar

Light on Yoga is a complete overview about Yoga and its various aasans. It describes around 200 aasans, 14 pranayams, correspondingly with 57 newly introduced aasans. The photographs printed in the book supports yoga lovers to learn themselves. The book has 3 parts and each part explains Yoga, Yogaasnas and Pranayams respectively.


#5 – The Heart of Yoga – Yoga Book By T. K. V. Desikachar

The Heart of Yoga - Yoga Book By T. K. V. Desikachar

The book is divided into 4 parts. Part one explains the practice of yoga, part two is about understanding of yoga, part three demonstrate Yoga Sutra of Patanjali, and part four explains Yoganjalisaram. This book is said to be the first yoga text to sketch a step-by-step classification for emerging a comprehensive exercise along with viniyoga – yoga reformed to the requirements of the individual.


The above mentioned Yoga books prove to be a vital source of information for those who are either beginners in yoga or love to do Yoga for the sake of being healthy and happy. The printed pictures in the books would help you to gain the correct position with right body posture. So, go ahead and buy any of the books to be a Yogi.

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