Yoga Sadhana Booklet & Audio class downloads

This section contains a range of materials for home practice including Yoga Mandir's Yoga Sadhana booklet as well as Audio class downloads for home practice.

The Yoga Sadhana Booklet is available as a softcopy downloadable PDF. Both hard and softcopy versions are available through iYoga Props along with a further range of Home practice resources at

Audio class downloads contain class recordings by Alan Goode at Yoga Mandir. These recorded mp3s are available for purchase as an audio download. Class notes can be viewed to help decide which classes may be of interest to you.

To purchase the recordings, add the classes that you wish to download to your cart and proceed to the checkout. Once your order has been checked by the office administrator you will receive an email with instructions for downloading the files. These instructions can also be found on the FAQ page "I have purchased a digital download using the website. How do I download the file?"

Yoga Sadhana Booklet

This booklet is provided as a comprehensive reference document for maturing Yoga practitioners (sadhakas) who have a firm grounding in asana techniques and are seeking to strengthen their home practice.

It outlines the key philosophical concepts that underpin the practice of Yoga, whilst also providing guidance on how to go about establishing and deepening a home practice over time.


Yogasana Class: Beginner 2, Teacher: Alan Goode. Date: 10-8-2009

Yoga recognises that the three forces of nature (the Gunas) are present in us. A practice of Yogasana seeks to synchronise the mind, body and breath. Recording of unedited class of 10 August 2009. Gunas excerpt is taken from Light on Yoga Sutras of Patanjali and is provided for background suport to the topic


Yogasana Class: Level 2. Teacher: Alan Goode. Date: 27-8-2010

Restorative class recorded on 27 August 2010 with a focus on Residual impressions. Examination of likes/dislikes. Patanjali asks us to study ourselves in relation to an object. Klesas. Unedited class recording.

The article 'Yogic imprinting' is provided for background reading and can be found in the articles section of Yoga Mandir resources