Yoga by Patricia A. Ralston

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A Wealth of Information on the Perfect Exercise for Mind and Body

In recent years, the practice of yoga has skyrocketed around the globe. No longer thought of simply as an inscrutable and exotic Eastern religion, yoga is now appreciated and embraced everywhere for what it truly is: an extremely effective and beneficial form of exercise that promotes not only physical well-being but also mental and spiritual health. With the information contained in this invaluable book, the fascinating world of yoga will open up before you. So step in and join the millions of people who are already discovering a new path to fitness, relaxation, and peace.

Clear steps to more than 40 poses Understanding the 7 chakras The body and the physical benefits of yoga How to find the yoga type and class that are right for you

About Patricia A. Ralston

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Julie Arkell enjoyed a successful career in the wine trade prior to becoming a respected wine and food writer, lecturer and broadcaster. She has written for a variety of national newspapers and food and drink publications, including The Daily Telegraph, The Daily Express, The Sunday Express magazine, and Decanter magazine, and is a regular presenter for the BBC. She was the Wine Manager of The Sunday Times Wine Club and is currently Wine Correspondent for Sainsbury's food and drink magazine and the writer for Penfolds Privilege Wine Club.
Published December 12, 2013 by Collins. 192 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Education & Reference. Non-fiction