Morning Yoga Workouts

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Human Kinetics, 2007 - Health & Fitness - 217 pages
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A yoga routine to fit every morning schedule! You know that exercising in the morning is the best way to maintain a regular exercise schedule, manage weight, and energize your day. Morning Yoga Workoutsmakes it easy to find a way no matter how you sleep, what your energy level is, and how much time you have to spare.

Nine workouts include light, moderate, and intense sessions that last for 15 to 20 minutes, 30 to 40 minutes, and 50 to 60 minutes at home or in a studio. Poses include an in-depth exploration of the sun salutations and the full range of yoga asana and breathing techniques, which appeal to all levels of yoga experience, for building strength and flexibility, improving postural alignment, and stabilizing the inner core.

Warm-up routines are included so you can use your yoga practice to prepare for other activities, and visualization and meditation mantras improve the mind-body connection. Nutrition advice helps you balance eating and hydration with energy upon waking, and tips to improve your environment make workouts even more effective and enjoyable. With Morning Yoga Workouts, you will never tire of your morning routine again.

Morning Yoga Workoutsis part of the Morning Workoutseries, books designed to help you get in tune with both mind and body, stay motivated, and improve your morning exercise experience.

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User Review  - Annie - Goodreads

Been implementing some casual yoga into my schedule lately, and this has some good routines for a beginner like myself. Only, I don't really do them in the mornings (whoops), I'm more of an evening yoga kinda gal. Regardless, this book has hit all the right spots for me. Read full review

About the author (2007)

Zack Kurland is a yoga therapist in New York City. He is a member of the teaching staff at OM yoga center, where he trains teachers in yoga therapy; is certified through the Heart of Yoga Association; and is a member of the Yoga Alliance and the International Association of Yoga Therapists. Kurland continues to educate himself in yoga therapy and Ayurveda in the United States and India. He has written articles for and been featured in Fit Yoga magazine and Yoga Journal.

For more information on Zack Kurland yoga therapy, upcoming workshops, and yoga therapy trainings, visit www.zackkurland.com.

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