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Yoga in Practice by Katy Appleton

Yoga in Practice

by Katy Appleton

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Yoga can tone the body, energise or relax you, balance your emotions and promote good health. In Yoga In Practice Katy takes you step-by-step through 50 core postures, including easier and more advanced versions to suit different levels. She explains the physical and emotional benefits each one brings, whether it is building a strong body, stimulating the metabolism, alleviating specific health problems, increasing energy or lifting the spirits. She also describes how breathing and meditation can bring mental balance and a sense of peace in as little as ten minutes a day. For those who want to know more about the ancient practice of yoga, there are sections on spirituality, the chakras, mudras and chanting - all explained in a way that is easy for westerners to understand. Fully illustrated in colour, with clear and accessible text, this book shows you how to gain the most from your yoga practice, tailoring it to suit your own special needs.

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