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I am looking at the Yoga Sutra e-Course, which is on an Introductory sale. I teach Bhakti Yoga classes, so most of our practice is mantra, japa, pranayama, and meditation. We emphasise very little asana practice. Are the Yoga Sutras interpreted or an Ashtanga / Raja practitioner or more for Hatha? How much would this Yoga Sutra course help my students? I do not care about CEC's and never will have affiliation with Yoga Alliance? The bonus Jnana Yoga book make me think this is not just a Yoga fitness course.



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