- Covers 2,100 in meticulous detail
- Shows expert yogi performing yoga
- Organized into 8 major poses
- Poses from easiest to complex
- Poses named in English and Sanskrit
2,100 Asanas: The Complete Yoga Poses by Daniel Lacerda
As a newcomer to yoga, you probably want something that will help you learn as much as possible about poses, sequences, and techniques.
This book is perfect because it has 2100 photos of both beginning and advanced poses.
To make things even better, each photograph contains helpful cues so you know exactly how to pose your body.
As an added bonus, there are also video clips of some exercises. With all of these resources at your fingertips, it’s easier than ever to get started on your path to enlightenment!
Some yoga books are geared toward beginners, but Daniel Lacerda’s 2100 Asanas is more focused on advanced students.
This book covers poses from a wide range of styles and traditions, including postures that you probably haven’t even seen before. It also comes with several DVDs so you can follow along.
If you love reading about new poses, don’t want to put on pants, or would like to one day master a handstand, check out 2100 Asanas today!
Lacerda’s guide features more than 2,100 yoga poses.
The postures are arranged by muscle groups (e.g., spine, head and neck, shoulder girdle) to help you build a repertoire of effective posture modifications that can lead to increased strength, balance, flexibility and other benefits.
Lacerda’s breakdown also helps you see how specific muscles interact with your skeletal structure so you can tailor each stretch for maximum benefit.
Bonus: Great photos show how individual asanas look in real life.
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