New York, NY (PRWEB) October 15, 2012
As yoga students, we frequently encounter challenging poses that remind us why we love yoga. Yet how much time do we get to spend on these dynamic shapes while in class? Five minutes? Ten? We crave knowledge. We seek inspiration. We want to get into it. “Visvamitrasana: Volume 1 of the Sage Series” (http://www.inflextion.com/visva) is an Inflextion™ publication that combines text, video, audio and links to help make studying advanced yoga outside the studio as fun and interesting as possible.
The e-book includes:
Whether you are a yoga teacher or a dedicated yogi, this is an essential companion for discovering, practicing and enjoying this powerful posture.
Purchase the book for your computer on Inflextion.com (http://www.inflextion.com/visva) or for your e-reader on iTunes, Amazon, Barnes & Noble or Kobo.
ABOUT THE SAGE SERIES
The sage poses (Visvamitrasana, Vasisthasana, Astavakrasana and Marichiasana, to name a few), represent not only some of the most dynamic and intricate arm balances in all of yoga, but also the poise, grace and stillness of seated postures. “Visvamitrasana” is the first volume in a larger project called the Sage Series, and will soon be followed by volumes focused on other sage poses such as Astavakrasana, Koundinyasana and Marichiasana.
ABOUT INFLEXTION™ PUBLISHING
Inflextion™ is a publishing company that develops interactive books for active readers. Our health and wellness publications combine text, graphics, audio and video to effectively tell stories, educate readers and teach technique. Our mission is to help inspiring teachers create engaging books that enable readers to improve their bodies and minds. Learn more at http://www.inflextion.com.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Nikki has been practicing yoga for more than a decade and teaching at Kula Yoga Project in New York City since 2006. In 2010 she opened Kula Williamsburg alongside Schuyler Grant in her home borough of Brooklyn. Learn more at http://www.KulaYoga.com.
Emily Stone has been teaching yoga and yoga philosophy since 2006. A former high school Latin teacher, she is currently a senior teacher at Laughing Lotus Yoga Center and Prema Yoga Brooklyn. Learn more at http://www.LaughingLotus.com or http://www.PremaYogaBrooklyn.com.