• 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.