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Yoga Student Handbook

Yoga Student Handbook

Develop Your Knowledge of Yoga Principles and Practice

Edited by Sian O'Neill. Foreword by Lizzie Lasater

Quick Overview

This practical companion for yoga students and teacher trainees shows how to deepen your knowledge of yoga and where to go next in your training, whether you are thinking of developing your own practice or considering becoming a yoga teacher. It covers the history, philosophy, different styles of yoga, and more.
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Paperback / softback
2019, 8.98in x 5.91in / 228mm x 150mm, 240pp
ISBN: 978-0-85701-386-6
2019, ePUB
ISBN: 978-0-85701-388-0
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An accessible guide on the history, anatomy and philosophy behind yoga, showing how yoga students can develop and grow their personal practice. By offering students and teacher trainees guidance on how to move on to the next stage in their learning, this practical companion helps to deepen their understanding of holistic yoga practice.

Including insights from renowned yoga professionals, including Lizzie Lasater, Andrew McGonigle, Graham Burns, Tarik Dervish and more, this book offers practical ways to hone yoga skills and knowledge. Covering everything from how to use your breath and the different styles of yoga, to what to expect from yoga teacher training, this is an essential handbook for all students and trainee teachers of yoga.


'The Yoga Student Handbooks is a hugely useful and practical guide for any yoga teacher starting out. Clearly written, informative, but also accessible.'
- Alice Asquith, Founder & Creative Director of Asquith - Eco activewear for yoga, Pilates and living


A treasure trove of a book for any teacher.
Perfect for dipping into for a jewel or two, or all at once as an immersion into the depths of this ever expanding and fascinating tradition.

- Ann Pidcock

'Covering everything you'd expect to find I a guide - from the history, anatomy and philosophy behind yoga - to showing how students can develop and grow a personal practice, this makes a great book for the yogi who's looking to learn more than they get in a regular weekly class. What's great about this book is it gives thoughts on different yoga styles too as well as advice on teacher training and the experiences of people who've gone on to be teachers... This is a great book if you're travelling, commuting, reading about yoga in bed...'
- Deana Morris, Editor