Om Yoga Today: A Yoga Practice for 5, 15, 30, 60, and 90 Minutes

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Chronicle Books, Aug 12, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 176 pages
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Never been busier? Take heart. In OM Yoga Today, renowned yoga teacher Cyndi Lee offers a simple and realistic approach to integrating a daily yoga session into even the most hectic day with a yoga sequence for any schedule and tailored to meet specific needs and fitness goals. Through her signature easy-to-follow illustrations, Cyndi provides straightforward instruction for yoga sessions that last five, fifteen, thirty, sixty, or ninety minuteseach sequence building on the one before. Designed to be used during practice, this user-friendly book for the free-time challenged has easily referenced tabs for locating particular sequences quickly, and a concealed Wire-O format that lays flat on the floor alongside the practitioner. With sage words on meditation, breathing, and dedicating your practice, OM Yoga Today creates the possibility for a meaningful yoga practice in the privacy of the homeno matter how busy the day.
  

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the layout of the pose sequences on the open double page is different than the OM yoga which is confusing when using both regularly. Read full review

Contents

Contents
Breathing and Moving
FiveMinute Session
FifteenMinute Session
ThirtyMinute Session
57
SixtyMinute Session
89
NinetyMinute Session
138
Dedicating Your Practice
173
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Cyndi Lee is the author of Chronicle Books's popular OM Yoga. Director of the OM Yoga Center, she is a practitioner of hatha yoga and Tibetan Buddhism and has been teaching yoga for over 20 years. Cyndi and the OM Yoga center have been featured in Self, Fitness, Shape, New York Magazine, Yoga Journal, and on CNN and Live with Regis and Kathie Lee. Currently a regular columnist for Shambhala Sun, she lives in New York City.

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