The Mark Stephens Yoga Sequencing Deck
Based on Stephens’ best-selling Yoga Sequencing, this deck is the perfect companion or standalone for creative yoga students and teachers.
The Mark Stephens Yoga Sequencing Deck empowers yoga students and teachers to be their creative best in designing yoga classes. With a 92-page booklet covering the principles of sequencing yoga classes and providing clear guidance on arranging postures in the most effective ways, the deck includes 100 yoga flash cards color-coded by pose family (Standing, Core, Arm Support, Back Bends, Seated Twists, Forward Bends & Hip Openers, Inversions, and Savasana). The cards feature clear color photos of postures with the corresponding English and Sanskrit names on side one and detailed information on how to put postures together in sequences that work for unique students and special class intentions on side two. The perfect companion to Yoga Sequencing or for use on its own, this deck is a hands-on way for readers to gain knowledge and skills for planning and designing yoga classes.
The booklet and cards come packaged in a box approximately 4 inches wide, 6 inches tall, and 2 inches thick—perfect for easy storage and travel.
About the Author
An esteemed yoga guide who has trained over a thousand yoga teachers, Mark Stephens conducts classes, workshops, retreats, and teacher trainings worldwide. He has practiced yoga since 1991, taught yoga since 1996, and has trained over 1,500 yoga teachers since 1998. Stephens has sought out complementary approaches along his path as student and teacher, studying Ashtanga Vinyasa, Iyengar, Yoga Therapy, Vinyasa Flow, Tantra, functional yoga anatomy and bio-mechanics, traditional yoga philosophy, and modern philosophies of being and consciousness.
The author of three international bestselling books on yoga: Teaching Yoga, Yoga Sequencing, and Yoga Adjustments, Stephens has taught at conferences, in traditional studios, and in alternative settings (inner-city schools, juvenile instituitions, treatment centers, prisons, and mental hospitals) across the United States. In 2000, he received Yoga Journal's first annual Karma Yoga Award for his non-profit work with Yoga Inside Foundation. He has written for or been featured in Yoga Journal, Yoga International, Mantra, Elephant Journal, Yoga Teacher Magazine, New York Times, LA Times, and other media.