Monday, August 15, 2011


The Great Oom: The Impropable Birth of Yoga in America is a history of yoga's early days in America. The spiritual discipline that is practiced now by more than 20 million Americans was once a fringe practice, its advocates treated as charlatans and, occasionally, criminals. Today the business of yoga has broadened to include novels, memoirs, hundreds of how-to-books, and magazines.


Enlightenment for Idiots: a Novel
In this fun introduction to yoga philosophy, 2008 debut novel follows a 29-year-old yoga teacher on a tumultuous journey to India and back again as she researches a guidebook on finding inner peace.

Tales from the Yoga Studio
Light, easy read about about an independent L.A. yoga studio and its core community of faithful clients.


Poser: My Life in Twenty-three Yoga Poses
Memoir about a young mother told through a variety of yoga poses.

Asanas: 608 Yoga Poses
Anatomy of Hatha Yoga
Light on Yoga
30 Essential Yoga Poes
Yoga Anatomy
The Yoga Bible
Yoga: the Iyengar Way
Yoga: the Spirit and Practice of Moving into Stillness

Full-text Yoga Magzines in Databases
Search for these in ejournal finder.
Yoga International
Yoga Journal
Yoga + Joyful Living
Yoga Studies
Yoga Therapy in Practice
Yoga World

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