Vanda Scaravelli was born in Florence, Italy. She studied for many years with B.K.S. Iyengar and trains teachers who teach her new form of yoga all over the world.
I own a LARGE number of books on "Yoga". This is one of the most worthless books I've ever read. If I had not paid for it I never would have finished reading it. Read morePublished on Jan. 23 2012 by Heather
THe book had really good points, but I guess I was expecting more! I would recommend the book.Published on Oct. 16 2010 by crazysue
This is a wonderful book. I've read it cover to cover and also open it up occasionally for reflection and guidance. Read morePublished on May 10 2000 by J. Madaffer
Vanda Scaravelli offers a most heartful insight. Simply, she tells us things we might not notice during a class or alone in practice, offering a light perspective. Read morePublished on Oct. 28 1999
A beautiful book, not to instruct one in hatha yoga but to inspire the path of the yogi with shared words and beauty.Published on Aug. 24 1999 by Elaine Kraus(firstname.lastname@example.org)