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This is not to say that these teachers are not competent or. Mark Singleton is a modern day yoga scholar who documents in his recent book Yoga Body: The Origins of Modern Yoga Practice how Krishnamacharya drew inspiration from British Army drills and wrestling moves.
These facts are often surprising to many yogis of today who believe that their sequences date back to centuries old Eastern traditions. Mark Singleton teaches at St. John's College, Santa Fe, USA. He works on the history of ideas within transnational modern yoga, and he is a contributor to the Encyclopedia of Hinduism (Routledge ).Jean Byrne is affiliated with the University of Queensland, Australia and her research explores the intersection of feminist theory and yoga philosophy and practice.
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Iyengar, first published in describes more than yoga postures or asanas, and is illustrated with some monochrome photographs of Iyengar demonstrating these.
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