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  • An Exploration in the Use of Wall Ropes for the Practice of Yoga Asanas

     

    Spiral bound booklet produced by Chris Saudek.   Revised in 2001.  Eighteen pages with line drawings of a figure performing yoga asanas with the aid of wall ropes.  Asanas grouped by class: standing poses, inverted poses, forward bends, beginning back bends, more advanced backbends, and uncategorized.  Classic rope work of the Iyengar system.   A good memory aid for practice after instruction from a teacher.

  • A magazine published by RIMYI  to share events and teaching in Pune with our international yoga family.

    Issues published quarterly. Subscription includes the next 4 issues from date of subscription.

  • Yoga Rahasya is a quarterly publication of the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute. This special issue is a compilation of the articles pertaining to the therapeutic aspect of ‘Iyenger Yoga’ that have been published in Yoga Rahasya since its inception in 1994 through 2009. This issue is divided into four sections. The first deals with the advice of Guruji Yogacharya BKS Iyengar on the art healing. The second deals with the basics of anatomy and physiology; the third with a series of articles on treating chronic ailments with yoga and a subsection on yogic practices for women during the various phases of their reproductive life and finally a few articles reporting the ‘scientific studies’ on the therapeutic efficacy of Iyengar Yoga.

  • Set published by the Light on Yoga Research Trust.

    Compilation of the first 5 years of Yoga Rahasya quarterly magazines, 1994-1998.   The aim of this magazine is to share events and teachings from RIMYI directly to the world wide yoga family and serve as a means of interaction with activities in the Iyengar yoga centers around the world. 

  • Compilation of the first 5 years of Yoga Rahasya quarterly magazines, 1999-2002. The aim of this magazine is to share events and teachings from RIMYI directly to the world wide yoga family and serve as a means of interaction with activities in the Iyengar yoga centers around the world.

  • by Geeta S. Iyengar.

    English transcription of a talk given May 17, 2002 at the Seventh French Iyengar Yoga Convention held in Tours, France.  Beautifully presented with topic annotations and photographs.

  • Special 44 page commemorative issue dedicated to the legacy of Yogacharya B.K.S. Iyengar. Featuring a life sketch of Guruji, remembrances and reflections by teachers and students, beautiful photographs and a wonderful practice sequence from Guruji's book Light on Life.

  • Yoga Word Puzzles: Asana and Philosophy. This book contains 60 puzzles and takes us through the first 30 weeks of practice and through the introduction in Light on Yoga by BKS Iyengar. It also covers many glossary words, which were particularly fun to research. 

  • Yoga Word Puzzles, The Sutras, was much more challenging to create and the puzzles are much more challenging to solve!  I used the first two padas of the yoga sutras and used BKS Iyengar's Light on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali for the translations.  You can take a puzzle, study those sutras, and then play the puzzle to test your memory and spelling ability.  There are 56 puzzles in this book created by Nancy Roberts.

  • ****The remaining copies have slight rub marks on the back cover and are being sold at a discounted price****

    by Geeta S. Iyengar published by Timeless Books (paperback, 1990) 341 pages.


    The premier text on yoga for women including milestones in life adaptations of practice.  Sequences for menstruation, disorders, pregnancy, postpartum and menopause.  Photographs of classical asanas, use of props, ropes, and pregnancy adaptations.

  • published by the Light on Research Yoga Trust, Mumbai (softback , 2000) 368 pages.

    Commemorative volume for Mr. Iyengar’s eightieth birthday and on the occasion of the Silver Jubilee celebration of the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute.  Previously unpublished testimonials from students, interviews, articles.  Color pictures from the 80th birthday celebrations and reports on classes taught to 800 attendees.  Asana methods for sportspeople, sequences for various ailments, Mr. Iyengar’s astrological chart, and statistics on students and teachers of Iyengar Yoga. 

  • Published by Light on Yoga Research Trust Mumbai (paperback, 1998).

    Collected Souvenir Articles 1974-1998.  Contains articles, messages and dedications from and on the Iyengars Guruji, Geeta and Prashant culled from souvenirs, which appeared at highpoints in the Iyengar Yoga movement in the 25 years prior to 1998.  The book serves as a record and a humble offering from those whose lives are forever transformed by the genius of B.K.S. Iyengar and his subject - "this art of arts" - Yoga.  

  • This new title from Prashant Iyengar, published in 2013, is an exploration of Yogasana. Prashantji starts by reflecting on where in the Yoga Sutras Patanjali mentions asana and in what context. He then defines and discusses each of the 18 kriyas which constitute each asana. When these 18 kriyas are integrated in the practice of an asana, the effect is Yogasana. "When the practitioner becomes familiar with these Kriyas and is able to include all the 18 Kriyas in the practice, one can hope for a renewed beginning. It is as if one has rebooted the computer. One then starts Yog practice with some idea and sense of purpose - to make the embodiment a fit instrument to serve our life's purpose."  193 pages.

  • Adhyatma is a concept in the timeless ancient Hindo Vedic philosophy. It is loosely understood as something spiritual, ethereal, trans-mundane and transcendent. The essential nature of Adhyatma is that there must be no component in our action that is external to us. Prashant Iyengar explores this concept in depth in this text.

     

    Paperback. 99 pages.

  • by teachers of Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute and Light on Yoga Research Trust and published by YOG Mumbai (7”x9” paperback - 2005) 131 pages

     

    First in a series of 5 textbooks for children at the Arambhic level.  Meaning of prayers, yamas and niyamas given through story format.  Beginning asanas and preparatory movements for coordination.   Practice guide and workbook.  Useful for teachers of students of all ages.  

  • by teachers of Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute and Light on Yoga Research Trust and published by YOG Mumbai (7”x9” paperback - 2006) 140 pages
    2nd book in a series corresponding to the syllabus for students of the children’s classes at the Prathamic level.  Although this is a text book written for children, it also provides guidance to parents and teachers on how yoga should be taught to children. 

  • The Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute and the Light on Yoga Research Trust have devised a special course on yoga for children and teenagers between the ages of 9 to 18 years. Each book addresses the various stresses and concerns that the children face in their growing years. This volume is the third in the series. It is a practical guide addressing elements of philosophy, science, history and practice. Although the book is written for children, it provides guidance to the parents and teachers too. 136 pages.

  • The fourth book in the Yogashastra series, this tome was written for teenagers between the ages of 14 to 16 years. In this age group, one's intelligence, grasping power and discriminative power can increase to a great extent. The body develops gracefully due to hormonal changes that occur. At this age, one's yoga practice and understanding of the science of yoga has to develop accordingly. The aim of this book is to increase the power of the mind (manas) and intelligence (buddhi) with the practice of yoga. While written for teenagers, adults and teachers will also benefit from the material in this practical guide. 184 pages.

  • The fifth textbook in the children's series published by YOG for examination of the different levels: Arambhic, Prathamic, Dvitiyik, Tritiyik and Pramana Patra. 

    This book focuses on philosophy and how to develop will power and spiritual power.  Section 1 introduces Indian Philosophy, the life and teachings of Sages Vashistha and Vishvamitra, and guides you in the yogic view of your body as well as the human reproductive system.  Section 2 is dedicated to practice as tapas- the asanas, basic pranayama, and use of props and their application for daily problems you may face.

     

    Paperback.  151 pages.