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True Yoga ❴Reading❵ ➺ True Yoga Author Jennie Lee – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Achieve lasting happiness no matter what life brings True Yoga is an inspirational guide that shows you how to overcome difficulties and create sustainable joy through the Eight Limbs of Yoga outlined Achieve lasting happiness no matter what life brings True Yoga is an inspirational guide that shows you how to overcome difficulties and create sustainable joy through the Eight Limbs of Yoga outlined in the Yoga Sutras Whether challenged by work health relationships or parenting you'll find tangible practices to illuminate your every day and spiritual lifeUsing daily techniues self inuiry uestions and inspiring affirmations yoga therapist Jennie Lee presents a system that opens the path to fulfillment and helps you connect with your own Divinity Discover effective methods for maintaining positive thoughts managing stress improving communication and building new habits for success By integrating the ancient wisdom of the Yoga Sutras into an accessible format Lee puts the formula for enduring happiness within your reachPraise True Yoga outlines the grandeur of this path we call Yoga and how it encompasses and refines our inner and outer lives It is a real gift Nischala Joy Devi author of Healing Path of Yoga and The Secret Power of YogaThis beautiful wise and exceedingly practical guide on how to live our True Yoga is destined to be a classic Leza Lowitz author of Yoga Poems Yoga Heart and Here Comes The Sun.


About the Author: Jennie Lee

Award winning author of books Spark Change Provocative uestions for Spiritual Evolution; Breathing Love Meditation in Action; and True Yoga Practicing with the Yoga Sutras for Happiness Spiritual Fulfillment Jennie Lee is a recognized expert in the fields of Yoga Therapy and spiritual living She is a certified Yoga Therapist C IAYT with years of experience in yoga philosophy an.



10 thoughts on “True Yoga

  1. Aimee Aimee says:

    I really enjoyed this book The author gives a very practical and easy to understand look at the Yoga Sutras There is so much good advice throughout the book on how to simplify life live in the moment and take the time to just relax into your breath I found so many passages that I had to read through again so that I could really get all of the great points the author was making I have been doing yoga for years and I really feel like this book will help me to take my practice to a whole new level I know I will read this book again often to gain further insight into the Yoga Sutras I would highly recommend this book to anyone who practices yoga now and would like to further their knowledge of the Yoga Sutras


  2. Kaye Kaye says:

    For those that want to deepen their yoga practice or develop a code by which to live this book is excellent Each chapter ends in positive affirmations that you can bring in to your meditation practice or intention setting Lee collates interpretations from a handful of scholars on the Sutras to develop one very readable work on living out the 8 limbed path


  3. Amber Amber says:

    I just revisited this book which we use for the beginner yoga teacher training at my studio It's a great introduction to the eight limbs of Patanjali's Yoga Sutras We've tried many books over the years for this purpose Others have either been over newer to yoga philosophy students' heads  too dry  or too rooted in Western new age rather than classical yogaEach chapter is a look into one of the limbs of the Sutras Jennie Lee offers explanations of the limbs even some of the harder ones to explain like samadhi that are accessible to everyone At the same time  she gives students who are familiar with Sutra philosophy some new angles from which to view the limbs At the end of each chapter she has daily practices uestions for further reflection and affirmations I always appreciate yoga philosophy books that offer a practical approach so that concepts can be deeply integrated After all  yoga is about  doing not superficial knowing This book is consistently well recieved by our students gives us a platform for great group discussions Recommended for anyone new to yoga philosophy or not so new but wanting to give their inner yoga nerd a slightly different spin on things to consider Some of Lee's terminology can sound a smidge new age y but I think this has to do with how new age was influenced by yogis who brought yoga to the west early on and used westernized terms Yogananda Paramahansa the author's guru was one of these yogis Jennie Lee is clearly well versed in classical yoga philosophy and in this case  I think the slightly new age y terms add to the accessibility of the ideas 


  4. Sarah Sarah says:

    I read this as a text for a yoga teacher training It was a wonderful look into the yoga sutras and how to apply them to our everyday life It was an easy to understand book and I loved the meditations at the end of each chapter I have been meditating on these thoughts even after completing the book


  5. Eileen Rachelson Eileen Rachelson says:

    Jennie Lee beautifully presents the 8 Limbs of yoga She gives historic context for the Sutras and very clearly lays out the meaning of each practice and readies us for the others I will read and re read this book from time to time to include her suggestions in my practice This book is a gem Real Wisdom and definitely True Yoga


  6. Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino says:

    This is one of the best books about Yoga Jennie Lee changed my life with her books and teachings She is one of the top most trusted resources in well being and her books show it I've had a chance to preview her upcoming book Spark Change and it too is brilliant Elizabeth Hamilton Guarino Hay House author of PERCOLATE Let Your Best Self Filter Through


  7. Sarah Grow Sarah Grow says:

    Good studyreview of Patanjali’s eight limbs of yoga for yogis and yoga teachers


  8. Patricia Patricia says:

    Would definitely recommend to anyone looking to deepen their understanding of the 8 limbs of yoga The Yamas and Niyamas are especially well covered


  9. Hannah Hannah says:

    Loved this Easy to take notes and follow


  10. Hil Hil says:

    Review from Raising Fairies and KnightsMy fault but I was a little confused at this book and what I was getting into I thought it was a guide on yoga poses and movements It was on the yogi’s lifestyle How to try and tackle life with the best possible attitude and outlook on life There are uestions to ask yourself along the way to try and put things into perspective If you are looking for a book to help you gain the yoga mindset and tackle life with a laisse faire attitude then this is probably a good book for you There are also some breathing exercises to try outThis is not really the book for me I enjoyed the information and could feel myself relaxing while I was reading the book as it put things into perspective and I tried not to let simple things bug me that would otherwise stress me out In general though this is not really my kind of book I was looking for ideas on yoga and maybe breathing and meditating exercises I am sure this is a great book for a lot of people though who are looking to gain the yogi mindsethttpwwwraisingfairiesandknightsc


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