The Yama’s and Niyama’s are an important part of yoga. Christa’s book presented them in a logical, present -tense way; creatively applying them to the present yogi’s Lifestyle. I used her book in my teacher training because she offered excellent questions that offered a chance for my students to delve deeper into their practices.
I started reading your book and love the format, the images, and information shared.
Thank you so much for delivering the book!! I spent the better part of last evening, reading, and thoroughly enjoying. And what a pleasant surprise!!!
It’s a wonderful insight into living. You’ve made it all so readable. I’ve tried reading other texts (Iyengar, etc.) and lose interest in short order. You’ve done an outstanding job of making it understandable and interesting. I’m so grateful. Thank you so much!!!!
From the introduction, “If the pool was a metaphor for your environment, what kind of environment do you want to swim in? Do you want to surround yourself with pure clean water that represents pure thoughts and actions, or an environment that’s polluted, toxic, and unfriendly. Remember the sign people post outside their pools, Welcome to our ool. Notice there’s no ‘P’ Let’s keep it that way. This book is all about how to keep that ‘P’ out of your pool so you are using all the tools of yoga to discover and be your best self.”
Yamas and Niyamas Laminated Sequence
This is the Yamas and Niyamas sequence from the There’s no P in our OOL book plus the directions for sun salutations.
It’s full color on heavy card stock, laminated with 5 mil laminate and put on a ring for lots of poolside use.
(4) 8.5″ X 11″ laminated sheets
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