I often get asked by students/studio owners/teacher trainers about what books to read or not to read, on various subjects. I guess it is the fact that I often quote books, philosophy and also my own findings from making research for my own writing.

So here are some books I vouch for and recommend. Some of them are perhaps out of print at the moment, but you can always find copies if you search around. Don´t forget to look at libraries and ask friends or on social media.


STEPHEN COPE “The Wisdom of Yoga -A seekers guide to Extraordinary Living
STEPHEN MITCHELL “Bhagavad Gita: A New Translation”
DAVID FRAWLEY “Yoga: The Greater Tradition”
SALLY KEMPTON “The Heart of Meditation: Pathways to a deeper Experience”
T.K.V DESIKACHAR ” The Heart of Yoga: Developing a Personal Practice”
ERICH SCHIFFMANN “Yoga: The Spirit and Practice of  Moving into stillness”
RICHARD ROSEN “The Yoga of Breath: A Step-by-Step Guide to Pranayama”

GEORG FEUERSTEIN “The Yoga Tradition: Its History, Literature, Philosophy and Practice”
WALPOLA RAHULA “What the Buddha Taught”
ACHARYA SHUNYA “Ayurvedic Lifestyle” 
VASANT LAD “Ayurveda: The Science of Self- Healing”
VANDA SCARAVELLI “Awakening of the Spine”
DONNA FARHI “Birging Yoga to Life: The Everyday Practice of Enlightened Living”

ADYASHANTI “The End of Your World: Uncensored Straight Talk on The Nature of Enlightenment”
ADYASHANTI “Emptiness Dancing”
RICHARD MILLER “Yoga Nidra: A Meditative Practice for Deep Relaxation and Healing”
MICHAEL STONE “The Inner Tradition of Yoga: A guide to Yoga Philosophy for the Contemporary Practitioner”
A.J MOHAN “Krishnamacharya: “His Life and Teachings”
PAUL BRUNTON “A Search in Secret India”
You are welcome. Thats a start. I will increase this list once in a while. Welcome back!

As you might know, I have written a number of books too that you are more than welcome to check out. Amazon. Adlibis. Bokus. Barnesandnobles etc.

Lots of love