The Complete Idiot's Guide to Yoga

Front Cover
Penguin, Feb 5, 2003 - Exercise - 349 pages
4 Reviews
This book is for anyone interested in health, fitness, or the healing arts. It teaches you the basics of stretching, breathing, and meditation, with exercises designed to help you relax, become more flexible, more productive, and more self-satisfied.

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User Review  - butterflyknit - LibraryThing

A good comprehensive introduction to yoga and a reference I go back to often. Although the pictures of poses are rather dated, they help a lot. This book has my favorite Sun Salutation printed on a handy tear-out card. Read full review

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User Review  - Linda Beauchamp - Goodreads

Good basic instructions for beginners. I use it as reference now. Read full review


Part 1 Lets Get Into Yoga
Growing with the Tree of Yoga
Part 3 Starting Your Yoga Practice
Postures to Build Strength and Endurance
Postures to Quiet the Body and Mind
Part 6 Living Your Yoga
Part 7 Yoga for Everyone

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About the author (2003)

Budilovsky is a certified yoga instructor who is on the faculty of the College Dupage in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.

Eve Adamson has authored or coauthored more than forty books, including "The Mediterranean Diet". She lives with her family in Iowa City, where she cooks, gardens, and writes about food and holistic health.

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