Breath, Yoga, Guide, Inner, Stillness, Sandra Sabatini

Breath: The Essence of Yoga – A Guide to Inner Stillness

By Sandra Sabatini

As water can purify your skin, so breath is capable of cleaning your whole being. That is the philosophy behind this simple yet inspiring volume on the essence of breath technique in yoga practice. "Breath" shows readers that as you reconnect with the breath through effortless observation and increased awareness, the doors within our souls can be opened leading to feelings of renewed energy, greater calmness, and clarity of mind. Whether you are a complete beginner or already practice, these subtle, gentle, and inspiring suggestions will guide you to a deeper, more natural appreciation of the essence of yoga.

Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Pinter & Martin Ltd.; 2 edition (20 Dec. 2006)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 9781905177097
ISBN-13: 978-1905177097
ASIN: 1905177097
Product Dimensions: 20 x 1.7 x 21.5 cm

About Sandra Sabatini

Sandra Sabatini started to study yoga in Florence with Dona Holleman in 1975 and was part of her group of yoga teachers for some years, which met at Bacchereto, where Dona lived and Sandra soon moved. It was a wonderful time of discovery. Some years later she met Vanda Scaravelli and began a journey under her guidance which has not ended.

In those years many teachers were seeking a wise and intelligent voice able to instill the fascination of sensing and listening into yoga. Vanda reawakened the intense passion for practice in her pupils that also animated her.

In 1986 Sandra was invited to London by Mary Stewart to show her many pupils the approach Vanda had developed in teaching yoga. 'No ambition and infinite time', she often repeated, to keep the practice utterly simple. Later, in retreats offered by Thich Nhat Hanh, Sandra discovered the walking meditation again which Vanda had practiced all along the road to Fiesole, and brought this into her practice. For more than thirty years

Sandra has been teaching in Germany, England, Finland, Israel and most recently in India. She now lives in Campiglia in Tuscany, a beautiful medieval village near the sea.

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