I have to give credit to my sister for finding this yoga book, 2100 Asanas The Complete Yoga Poses. When I was visiting America, she brought it over to my mom’s house to show me. We were both really excited as we flipped through together and started trying some of the new and different shapes on the living room floor.
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2100 Asanas has really rocked my yoga world. I find this book to be great inspiration for my self practice. It literally does have 2100 yoga asanas, which means there are hundreds that I hadn’t seen before. When I flip through the pages, I can’t help but think “ooh that would feel good!” about some poses or “wow, that’s something to work towards.” It really motivates me. I like to keep it by my mat when I practice.
One of the the hardest things for me in creating yoga lesson plans is thinking of new poses to keep each class fresh for my experienced yogis but still have do-able poses for my new yogis. This book has a good variety of levels and variations for each pose, which helps me create simultaneously challenging and accessible classes. For self practice or teaching, I recommend this book for inspiration.