Book review: Counselling Principles and Practices for Yoga Therapists by Dr Latha Satish

Working in the field of yoga therapy one often finds oneself trying to bridge two worlds and explain to people in each of them the special way in which yoga can be applied therapeutically. On the one hand yoga practitioners and the public will say ‘Isn’t all yoga therapeutic?’ On the other, those taking a western medical or pathology-focused approach will want a yoga ‘prescription’ for different ailments. Helen Macpherson reviews the newly published Counselling Principles and Practices for Yoga Therapists by Dr Latha Satish of the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram. Dr Latha’s book goes a long way to help clarify…

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