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14 November, 2005

This is NOT Chapter Eight. rofl

My friend Evan sent me this and it cracked me up. The e-mail was titled 'Yoga Indian Style Versus Yoga Irish Style.' In case you have touble reading what it says, here is the text: The ancient yogis used logs of wood, stones, and ropes to help them practice asanas effectively. Extending this principle, Yogacharya Iyengar invented props which allow asanas to be held easily and for a longer duration without strain. The Text Highlighted with the Red Circle: Yogacharya Iyengar in Setubandha Saravangasana This version of the posture requires considerable strength in the neck, shoulders and back, requiring years of practice to achieve. It should not be attempted without supervision.