Daniel Simpson - The Roots of Modern Yoga
History of modern yoga | What is yoga? | First modern yoga class 1918 | The East / West exchange | Swami Vivekananda | Yogendra | Kuvalayananda | The role of direct experience | Hinduism and yoga | The umbrella of oneness | Impact of Krishnamacharya, Iyengar, Jois, Desikachar | Indian bodybuilding cross over | Mark Singleton’s Yoga Body | Using the physical to reach the subtle levels | Harmonic gymnastics and breathwork | Yoga and politics | Hatha Yoga Pradipika | The business of yoga | Are tapas necessary?
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Daniel presents ancient texts for modern times. He is the author of The Truth of Yoga, a comprehensive guide to the history of practice. His approach combines scholarly knowledge with humour and insight, making yoga philosophy accessible and relevant to practitioners today.
His latest offering is The Roots Of Modern Yoga Online Course