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Master YOGA... From The Inside Out

More than 15 million Americans practice Yoga of one kind or another, and many more millions of Yoga practitioners live in other parts of the world. Yoga isn’t a fad. It has been around in the West for well over a hundred years and has a history of approximately five millennia. It’s clearly here to stay, so don’t worry that you’re investing yourself in some flash-in-the-pan phenomenon that will disappear six months from now.

Yoga may be 5,000 years old, but the modern Yoga boom didn’t start until the 1960s, largely thanks to Richard Hittleman’s extraordinarily successful TV series Yoga for Health. This show was followed in the 1970s by Lilias Folan’s TV series Lilias, Yoga and You. This era also brought the rise of Transcendental Meditation (TM) — a form of Yoga — largely because of the Beatles’ interest in it. TM attracted hundreds of thousands who were in search of stress reduction and a more meaningful life.

Yoga has brought health and peace of mind to millions of people, and it can do the same for you. We challenge you to explore Yoga in depth, with Yoga For Dummies, 2nd Edition, as your guide. The yogic postures are an excellent starting point, but they’re merely the outermost shell of a multilayered tradition. At its core, Yoga is a timeless answer for those who quest for a deeper meaning in life and for that elusive treasure called abiding peacefulness.

 

GETTING STARTED WITH YOGA EXPERT REPORT SERIES

Yoga is very comprehensive and includes a great variety of approaches. Before you go off hiking in the countryside, you need to take a quick look at the map or risk getting lost. Likewise, before you start experimenting with Yoga, you want to know what it is and how it works. That’s how you can ensure that your practice of Yoga is both enjoyable and safe.

In this first series of reports, we give you a road map that allows you to take the first steps in what will be an exciting and rewarding journey of discovery. We cover some of the fundamentals that can serve you well as you embark upon your practice of Yoga postures: guidelines for a safe practice, conscious breathing and relaxation techniques, and coordination of breath and movement. We end with a no-nonsense discussion of props, which can be helpful aids in your practice.

 

YOGA POSTURES EXPERT REPORT SERIES

This is where the action is! These reports build on some of the ideas we covered in the previous report series. Here we introduce dozens of Hatha Yoga postures for a balanced and varied exercise program.

For your convenience, we organize the Yoga postures into basic categories, such as sitting, standing, bending, twisting, balancing, inverted, and dynamic postures. Finally, we guide you through a sample beginners’ routine to help you get started.

 

YOGA FOR EVERYONE EXPERT REPORT SERIES

Variety is the spice of life, and we trust you’ll soon progress to the point of wanting to mix your beginners’ routine up a little. In this series of reports, we reveal the elements you need to design your own routines using postures you’re already familiar with.

We also show you how Yoga suits people of all ages and stages — pregnancy, childhood, the young and restless, and the golden years, with some examples to help you and yours get started.



 

YOGA AS A LIFESTYLE EXPERT REPORT SERIES

In these reports we take a two-pronged approach. We start by introducing you to the ways in which Yoga is so much more than physical exercise. We show you how you can adopt Yoga as a lifestyle that brings you inner peace and happiness, as well as the capacity to become a beacon of light for your family, friends, coworkers, and others. We talk about your enormous spiritual and the power of living with moral integrity.

Then, we show you how you can maintain your lifestyle by making Yoga part of your life even when your aches and pains are getting you down. We provide examples of specific yogic exercises known to be safe and helpful, and a five-step plan to prevent back problems from becoming chronic. We also discuss how to know when using Yoga therapeutically on your own is safe, how to seek out a Yoga therapist, and when you should consult a doctor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

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