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Today I’ll be taking a look at a book I received a while ago from tomoson.com. From the back cover,
Julie Schoen, yoga expert, author, and contributor at yoginiology.com, makes practicing yoga fun and simple in her new complete guide for beginners, seasoned practitioners, and beyond.
I initially got the book because the only time I can truly exercise without interruptions is before the kids wake up in the morning. However, if I want to work out early, whatever I do needs to be something quiet. Voila! Yoga! When I received the book I was surprised by its size. It contains so many sequences and difficulty levels that this may be all I ever need. While it’s a little more difficult to interpret pictures instead of watch a video, once I get the hang of what she’s doing, it becomes much easier.
As I mentioned, Julie includes many sequences for so many situations, including:
-night time yoga
-sequences for flattening the tummy
-sequences for a happy back
-poses for reducing stress
-yoga for the office
-and yoga poses for overall body sculpting
In addition to the sequences, Julie includes an index of poses in both sanskrit and English, which is incredibly helpful.
I have loved trying several of the yoga poses and look forward to incorporating yoga into my daily routine.
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