Further Yoga Books by Liz Lark
Yoga For Beginners:
A concise, safe, accessible way to practice Hatha yoga, with linking poses which form two twenty minute practices. Published by Carroll&Brown, 1998, co-authored with Mark Ansari.
An excellent way to start yoga practice from a book.
Power Yoga For Beginners:
A safe introduction to vinyasa (moving, breath-synchronised) yoga.
Carroll & Brown, 2003. These two books are spiral – bound for easy to follow use!
Carlton Books 2000, is a manual of Liz’s experience in the primary, grounding series, of this exhilarating method of Hatha Yoga, of weaving 8 limbs in practice.
The book presents a clear map of the posture sequences, with modifications and clear photographs for the practitioner to follow.
‘A beautiful book.’ Ralph Fiennes
Yoga For Life 2001:
Presents key styles of Hatha Yoga, which have spread and developed into myriad styles in the West, including:
- Viniyoga (therapeutic, tailored to individual needs)
- Iyengar Yoga (precison/.alignment awareness)
- Sivananda (5 principles: right diet, right thinking, right exercise, right relaxation, right breathing)
- Astanga Vinyasa (breath/movement meditation, synthesising the 8 limbs of Sage Patanjali)
- Tantra (‘to expand beyond limitation’, an ancient concept, and the mother of yoga)
Yoga For Kids:
Carlton 2003 offers a fun, vibrant catalogue of postures and exercises for kids, encouraging them to grow in a positive, creative environment where yoga is woven into their lives at an early age, gaining tools to handle stress, develop self awareness and concentration.
The book is recommended on Jo Manuel’s Teaching Training Course for Kids!
HEALING YOGA LIZ LARK AND TIM GOULLET 2005:
Liz’s fourth Publication with Carlton Books : Includes yoga sequences and exercises which specifically nourish and balance the systems of the body, including respiratory, cardiovascular, neuroendocrine, immune and genitor-urinary systems.
Expert Osteopath and Body worker Tim Goullet brings his expertise to yoga, and has devised healing vinyasa sequences for each section.
‘A Beautiful Book; calm, clear and nourishing.’ Alan Rickman
Beautiful photographs by Clare Park heighten the inspiring quality of these books, filmed in natural light: see below: