A student of yoga master Professor T. Krishnamacharya since 1973, Mark Whitwell has spent over three decades attempting to reconnect with the shamanistic purity of the Upanishads. Now, in this DVD designed to provide a context in which viewers will be comfortable practicing their own yoga, Whitwell attempts to bring back the period before hierarchical religion and the loss of the feminine spirit weakened mankind's connection with God.
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As a companion DVD to Whitwell's book of the same name, this program serves to bring yoga out of its athletic or competitive context and back home to what it was meant to be: an intimate and personal practice. This is not about using yoga to achieve some other goal, says Whitwell, but to enjoy what is fully in your grasp. The charm of this program is that it's not heavily produced but captures the raw and energetic feel of a live workshop. Yoga of Heart serves as a wonderful introduction to and reminder of the true spirit of yoga and can help practitioners both new and seasoned dig deeper into the meaning of their practice. Terri Trespicio