The Woman's Book of Yoga: A Journal for Body and Mind

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Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1993 - Health & Fitness - 212 pages
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This book is a starting place for any woman of any age who is interested in yoga but is not sure where to start. A step-by-step instruction manual that is fully illustrated, The Woman’s Book of Yoga offers a clear, jargon-free introduction to the basic yoga positions; the physiological, psychological and spiritual benefits of each position; and daily progress charts and journal-entry pages to encourage the reader to explore her own progress. A book for any woman of any age who wants to improve her health, The Woman’s Book of Yoga comes at a time when even mainstream health clubs are recognizing that yoga isn’t for alternative lifestyles anymore.

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