4 Free Yoga EBooks That Are Worth Your Time

Did you know that there are free Ebooks? Not only that, but there are a ton of great free yoga eBooks out there! It takes a little bit of digging to find good quality ones that are free, but lucky for you, I have done work for you. All of the eBooks below are wonderful, have great reviews, and they are free! Who doesn’t love free yoga eBooks? Happy reading!

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4 free yoga ebooks that are worth your time!

4 Free Yoga EBooks

Yoga for Stress Relief and Forgiveness

Yoga for Stress Relief and Forgiveness by Lisa Shea is a great book for those at the beginning of their yoga journey. The author breaks down many of the basic yoga poses and gives clear simple instructions on how to do the poses. Lisa has also written a ton of other free ebooks (one of her others is included in this post!). 

Basic Art of Adjustments: A Beginning Guide to Meaningful & Safe Adjustments in Yoga

Basic Art of Adjustments: A Beginning Guide to Meaningful & Safe Adjustments in Yoga by Alanna Kaivalya would be a great read if you are a new yoga teacher or an experienced teacher that hasn’t used hands on adjustments in your classes before. Some of the things that this book covers are; basic concepts of how to apply adjustments to a wide variety of poses, the power of breath in an adjustment, and different hand shapes to use while making an adjustment. As a new yoga teacher, I found this book very helpful and plan to go back to it for future reference. 

Ten Minute Yoga for Stress Relief, Focus, and Renewal

Ten Minute Yoga for Stress Relief, Focus, and Renewal by Lisa Shea is great for a yogi that is short on time. This book can have it downloaded on your phone or tablet. It is available to you when you have a short amount of time for a yoga session. As the author  says, “something is always better than nothing.” The poses in this ten minutes session are simple enough for beginners, but someone with an advanced practice could deepen the poses and feel like they a nice yoga session. 

Yoga: The Yoga Beginner’s Bible: Top 63 Illustrated Poses for Weight Loss, Stress Relief and Inner Peace

Yoga: The Yoga Beginner’s Bible: Top 63 Illustrated Poses for Weight Loss, Stress Relief and Inner Peace is amazing! I would recommend it to anyone wanting to increase their yoga knowledge. This book, written by Tai Morello, is very comprehensive. It over 1,600 pages! The first part of the book goes over poses in detail. Readers will learn about each pose in detail. The Sanskrit and English name are given and a detailed description of how to do the pose. The benefits of the pose are also given. Each section groups poses; “yoga poses for weight loss and muscle tone”, “yoga poses for looking younger”, “yoga poses for relaxation”, etc. Breathing, meditation, and other helpful tips are covered towards the end of the book. This well-written book has actionable steps for deepening your yoga practice and is full of information. I would highly recommend it. 

I hope you enjoyed this list of free yoga eBooks. They all are valuable resources for your yoga journey. Do you have any book recommendations for yoga lovers? Free, paid, ebook, paper copy, all suggestions welcome! Comment below!

Abby is a teacher and student of yoga, passionate about her yoga journey and helping others on theirs. She is the blogger behind Journeys of Yoga, a second-grade teacher and a contributing writer at TryBelle Magazine. Learn more about Abby. You can also contact her here.