Yoga For Beginners - Learn How To Use Yoga For Fitness And Health! (Brand New) [NOOK Book]

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Yoga is an important part of many lives today. Although it is considered a type of exercise, it has the potential to affect the emotional and psychological health of the individual, not just the physical state.

Some people resist trying yoga. This may be because they believe it’s some kind of weird religious thing or that they must change their lifestyle completely.

While ...
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Yoga For Beginners - Learn How To Use Yoga For Fitness And Health! (Brand New)

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Overview

Yoga is an important part of many lives today. Although it is considered a type of exercise, it has the potential to affect the emotional and psychological health of the individual, not just the physical state.

Some people resist trying yoga. This may be because they believe it’s some kind of weird religious thing or that they must change their lifestyle completely.

While yoga was indeed used in years past mostly by hippies, the practice has evolved into a more mainstream system. All types of people use yoga for its ability to help the physical and mental states.

Meditation is also looked at in a similar way. There are many types of meditation. Not all meditation is about reaching “spiritual enlightenment” or using drugs and chanting.

Meditation can also be an extremely useful tool in controlling many physical and mental ailments. It can reduce stress and anxiety, help control panic attacks, ease depression, and much more. Its effects on the mental state can be remarkable, and it is recommended by many doctors as a great way to avoid taking medications.

We hope to enlighten you through this book so that you may learn how to practice yoga and meditation on your own. The physical and mental benefits you’ll receive will probably be shocking to you!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013112735
  • Publisher: BDP
  • Publication date: 8/16/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 330,235
  • File size: 359 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 1, 2011

    Basic 17 page outline of every type of yoga

    Basic knowledge about yoga and the different types of yoga. Informative for beginners to read before enrolling in a class or practice at home with dvd. This is a short 17 page book with a few picture poses at the end of the book.

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  • Posted August 20, 2011

    Good book -- if you want to know more about yoga history, and practices...

    I personaly enjoyed reading this book; It wasn't what I expected, but was well worth the money anyway. I learned a bit about yoga culture, meditation practices, and useful tools for practicing yoga. I plan to put the ideas, and practices of this book into action. I will tell you, I originaly bought the book hoping for a good work out routine, but overall, it was good...I enjoyed it, and plan to read it whenever I need a refresher course, so like I said; it's well worth the money! I should note too, that the pictures in my nook (1st Edition) fit on my nook screen nicely. =D Laters! ~Kimberly Kay~

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