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Title : The Spirit of Yoga
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ISBN : 9781844034314
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 192 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Spirit of Yoga Reviews

  • Kate Murphy
    2019-04-23 04:46

    This is the most beautiful yoga book, beautiful photographs, a book to treasure. Also, the way the poses are shot, and the beautiful clothes worn in the photos are the nicest I have ever seen. I have owned this book for about 15 years, and revisit it often, it’s aesthetically so pleasing.

  • Alfred Keep
    2019-05-03 06:41

    This is the cover of the book that I just finished. I loved the photos. The history of Yoga was fascinating. I wish the book would have been longer. The book is written by Kathy Phillips. Only the foreword is by Christy Turlington.