No OM Zone by Kimberly Fowler
A No-Chanting, No-Granola, No-Sanskrit Practical Guide to Yoga

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If you've ever wanted to try yoga but felt intimidated to walk into a class—or maybe tried it but were put off by complicated poses, foreign terminology, or chanting—The No OM Zone is for you. The No OM Zone, a practical guide designed to make yoga accessible to everyone, is based on the pioneering program by former professional triathlete, Kimberley Fowler whose pioneering "Yoga for Athletes" Workout and DVD introduced everyday people to yoga with a fun and fulfilling approach.

The No OM Zone offers a range of yoga workouts as well as excellent information on:The benefits of yoga, from improved posture to increased energy and lower stressInjury prevention and rehabilitation through yogaTypes of yoga and yoga styles, from Kundalini to Power Yoga, and which one is right for youBreath work and meditationPoses that target specific muscle groups and areas of the bodySports-related benefits and sports-specific poses to help you excel at your favorite event or pastimeDesigned to get you off the couch and onto the mat, The No OM Zone can help you enjoy the amazing, lifelong benefits of the ancient practice.
 

About Kimberly Fowler

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KIMBERLY FOWLER is founder of YAS Fitness Centers, a fast-growing, LA-based yoga and indoor cycling workout empire. She has certified over 1,000 instructors in her own style of yoga, called Yoga for Athletes.® Fowler’s clients include Olympic athletes, high- profile celebrities, and lots of everyday people. As a longtime cancer survivor, Fowler has spoken on behalf of Lance Armstrong’s Livestrong organization. Her DVDs include: Yoga for Athletes,® The No OM Zone Yoga Workouts, and Overcoming Obstacles.
 
Published June 18, 2010 by Rodale. 242 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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I'm thinking that most of the country club yoga scene is assuredly a "no om zone" (that is to say, wholly ignorant of the Yoga Sutras) even without her help.

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