Everyone Try Yoga
Published 7th February 2013
Size 251 x 212 x 14
There is a style of yoga to suit everyone, regardless of age, gender or fitness levels. Learn what yoga can do for you, from improving your health, helping you lose weight and tone up, reducing stress and lifting your mood. The book explores 10 different styles of yoga, including: - Iyengar - Ashtanga - Yoga for Sports - Restorative - Hatha - Yoga for Pregnancy so you can find the right 'fit' for you. Some styles are athletic and physically demanding, whilst others focus on balance, breathing and releasing tension. Follow three 20-minute full sequences for morning, noon and night, with easily accessible exercises. With advice from ten experienced yoga teachers, Everyone Try Yoga is all you need to get started or broaden your existing yoga practice. Triyoga is Europe's leading yoga centre, with high profile clientele and attracting the top UK and visiting international yoga teachers who have the motto 'everyone try yoga' because each style has its own unique emphasis, benefits and challenges. Everyone Try Yoga draws on the expertise of over 15 highly experienced teachers from triyoga to show you what each style can offer. The book features practical and accessible exercises throughout, including three full sequences suitable for all levels. The accompanying DVD provides a powerful visual aid to guide you through these sequences. It also explores the history of yoga, giving context to our modern take on this 4,000-year-old tradition. With guidance on yoga for men, children, pregnancy and the menopause as well as meditation and improving energy, Everyone Try Yoga contains all you need to start or deepen your yoga practice.
Victoria Woodhall is a journalist with 20 years' experience as a writer and editor and is currently Deputy Features Editor at The Mail on Sunday's YOU magazine. She has practised yoga at triyoga since it opened in 2000 and is now a Yoga Alliance-certified yoga teacher. Jonathan Sattin is the Founder and Managing Director of triyoga in London, and started practising yoga in 1984. He also teaches weekly meditation classes at triyoga. www.triyoga.co.uk