The Women's Health Big Book of Yoga

The Women's Health Big Book of Yoga : The Essential Guide to Complete Mind/body Fitness

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Yoga can be an intense total-body workout - burning up to 400 calories in an intense, 90-minute session (roughly the same as 40 minutes of moderate running!). The postures stretch and tone lean muscle mass and leave you with a strong and slender physique. But yoga does something even better. It's proven to reduce the biggest cause of weight gain - stress. "The Big Book of Yoga" offers a unique, mindful eating plan that focuses on calming, cleansing foods, helping to outsmart stress and gain control over cravings, a key component to long-term weight loss. The next in the hugely popular "Big Book" series, this comprehensive, definitive guide features: every essential pose you'll ever need to help you lose weight and sculpt your entire body "Total Body Yoga" - a series of targeted workouts in 15 minutes or less Core-strengthening poses for a hotter, more pleasurable sex life; customized routines to improve your overall health - from easing hangovers to clear, glowing skin; a healthy, mindful eating plan centred around calming, cleansing foods; and covering everything from basic postures to meditation techniques to avoiding common injuries.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 400 pages
  • 200.66 x 213.36 x 22.86mm | 975.22g
  • Rodale Incorporated
  • Pennsylvania, United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1609618394
  • 9781609618391
  • 36,990

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About Kathryn Budig

KATHRYN BUDIG is an international yoga teacher and writer. She is the creator of Aim True Yoga and co-founder of Poses for Paws. She has been featured in "Yoga Journal," Women's Health, "The New York Times," "Forbes," and The Wall Street Journal. She teaches regularly online at .

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