The complete idiot's guide to yoga

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Alpha, 1997 - Health & Fitness - 285 pages
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For the millions of Americans who are stressed out, this easy-to-use book will help them live easier, breathe easier, and heal ailments. With six million active participants, yoga is one of the most popular spiritual/exercise activities in the country. This book will remove the complexity factor by explaining how basic stretching, meditation, and breathing exercises increase body flexibility, relax tense mind and muscle, and improve life productivity and self-satisfaction. Containing step-by-step, easy-to-follow diagrams of the standard yoga moves, the book will also explain in layperson s terms the philosophies behind the positions and who created them. Joan Budilousky is a yoga instructor based in Oak Brook, Illinois. She has created various yoga audiotapes and is author of the self-published Yoga for a New Day. Eve Adamson is a professional writer based in Florida. She is coauthor of The Breast-Feeding Life: A Holistic Handbook.

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Contents

Lets Get Into Yoga
1
Beyond Stretching
13
How Comfortable fire You in Your Body?
23
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

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

Eve Adamson is a "New York Times" bestselling author and freelance writer who lives, works, parents, cooks, practices yoga, and obsesses about food in Iowa City. Find out more at www.eveadamson.com.

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