Yoga Made Easy: A Personal Yoga Program That Will Transform Your Life

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Chicago Review Press, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 160 pages
Expert instructions and clear step-by-step color photographs introduce the basic yoga postures and build on them in a month-by-month course, enabling students to gradually create their own daily exercise programs. Ideal for beginners who are looking to yoga to ease the rush and stress of modern life while building physical strength and flexibility, this course is also a great refresher for more advanced students who want to improve their postures and technique. The meditative side of yoga, which helps to build a calm, positive attitude, is integrated into the lessons.

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INTRODUCTION
8
HOW TO
14
MAKING A START
20
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\Howard Kent is the founder of the Yoga for Health organization, established in 1976 and now operating in 20 countries around the world. He is the author of Beat Fatigue with Yoga; Breathe Better, Feel Better; and Yoga for the Disabled.

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