A lead science writer for The New York Timesaand lifelong yoga practitioneraexamines centuries of history and research to scrutinize the claims made about yoga for health, fitness, emotional wellbeing, sex, weight loss, healing, and creativity. He reveals what is real and what is illusory, in the process exposing moves that can harm or even kill. A New York Times bestseller. The Science of Yoga draws on more than a century of painstaking research to present the first impartial evaluation of a practice thousands of years old. It celebrates whatas real and shows whatas illusory, describes whatas uplifting and beneficial and whatas flaky and dangerousaand why. Broad unveils a burgeoning global industry that attracts not only curious scientists but true believers and charismatic hustlers. He shatters myths, lays out unexpected benefits, and offers a compelling vision of how the ancient practice can be improved.86 86 87 88 88 88 88 88 88 88 88 89 89 vessels in the brain to contract: Ronald Ley, aBreathing and the Psychology of ... 147. increases in calm alertness: Richard P. Brown and Patricia L. Gerbarg, aSudarshan Kriya Yogic Breathing in the ... aone of the best thingsa: Budilovsky and Adamson, The Complete Idiota#39;s Guide, p.
|Title||:||The Science of Yoga|
|Author||:||William J Broad|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 2012-02-07|