The Complete Idiot's Guide to Yoga, 2e

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Penguin, Nov 9, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 368 pages
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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Lets Get Into Yoga
Yogavs Other Exercise
How Comfortable Are You in Your
Go with the Flow
Growing with the Tree
Why Practicing Yoga Is So TwentyFirst Century
A Continuous Flow
Postures to Quiet the Body
Be a Hero
Take the Forward Path
Dead to the World
The Mind
Living Your Yoga
The Healing Power of Chakras

Walking Yogas Eightfold Path
Just Say Yes Niyamas
Can You Breathe?
May the Force Be with
Starting YourYoga Practice
How to Practice Yoga
When to Practice Yoga
Crafting Your Personalized Yoga
Postures to Build Strength
Lightning Bolt Pose
Bending Over Backbends
Doin Wheelies
Plough Pose
Goin Round in Circles
Moderation in All Things As If You Didnt Know
When Its More Serious
Yoga for Everyone
For Women Only
Yoga for the Whole Family
Yoga for All Ages and Stages
Yoga for Seniors
Appendix A Yoga Sessions forthe Time
Appendix B Glossary

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About the author (2000)

Joan Budilovsky received her Hatha Yoga Teacher's Certification in 1994 from the Temple of Kriya Yoga in Chicago. She is a national certified massage therapist in the US, and an active member of the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals.

Eve Adamson is a freelance writer, student of meditation and co-author of many Complete Idiot's Guides including The Complete Idiot's Guide to Yoga, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Massage and The Complete Idiot's Guide to Zen Living.

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