If you were only ever going to buy one Yoga book in your life, it should be The Heart of Yoga: Developing a Personal Practice.
We probably don’t need to say much more than that, but perhaps a few more details would help. This book doesn’t go down the usual route of endlessly describing Yoga posture instructions or sequences, but goes much deeper into describing the underlying principles of Yoga that should always be applied. In other words, it tells you what makes a practice Yoga or not.Utterly essential for teachers and students alike, the language is simple and easy to understand, but the impact is profound.
Having both studied for many years with Sir, it’s a real treasure to get time to revisit this book over and over, as we always learn something new.