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Reseña del editor: Yoga has been around for thousands of years for one reason: it works. It works to cure people, it works for stronger bodies and increased awareness. It works to increase life spans and it works to make people immune to injury and ill health. It works in every aspect of the word. The interesting thing is that this workability has occurred in the presence of almost no real structure. Yoga is invariably taught a piece at a time, at the whim of the instructor. So what would happen if the discipline of Yoga was structured logically? What would happen if there was a method by which one could travel through the asanas, understand the meditations on a gradient basis, and delve into the soul one precise and orderly inch at a time? What would happen is that yoga would be faster and easier to learn, and people would get more out of it. Much more. The mysticism of the scriptures would fall to logic, become understandable, and the confusions of concepts and principles that have been obscured through their journey through languages and cultures would end. This, then, is the essence of Black Belt Yoga: an orderly system, structured according to the lessons and principles of an art that has been in existence for as long as Yoga, but in a more ordered manner. Guaranteed, a journey into Black Belt Yoga will enhance your discipline, increase your understanding, and get you to the end of the path in record time. About the author: Al Case entered his first martial arts dojo in 1967. He lived through the golden age of martial arts, and studied nearly every martial art that came down the pike. He became a writer for the magazines, and had his own column in Inside Karate. He discovered Yoga in the nineties, and quickly adapted all that he had learned in the martial arts to Yoga. Martial Arts, a system of meditation in motion, transformed Yoga, a system of meditation with no motion, into something he never imagined, but welcomed fervently.
Buchbeschreibung INGRAM INTERNATIONAL INC Apr 2015, 2015. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 231 x 157 x 13 mm. Neuware - Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781511949705