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2 in 1 Yoga for Weight Loss

Yoga Class and Guide Book
Written by: Yoga 2 Hear
Narrated by: Sue Fuller
Length: 50 mins

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Publisher's Summary

2 in 1 Yoga for Weight Loss has been created specifically to tone and shape your bodyand help you to loose weight. It is suitable for those with some previous experience of yoga. This easy to follow class has been devised by Sue Fuller, a leading yoga teacher and the resident yoga expert for Natural Health magazine.

As the name suggests, 2 in 1 Yoga for Weight Loss can be used in two ways. Firstly, as a full 50 minute class that begins with a number of highly effective held postures. The pace of the class then gradually builds untill the postures form a flowing sequence known as a vinyasa, the class then concludes with a guided relaxation. Secondly, just the flowing sequence and guided relaxation can be used to form shorter 30 minute class. The class instructions are mixed with a gentle background music track that sets a mood perfect for the class. A printable PDF guide book which highlights the easy to folllow instructions and gives a series of reference photos for each posture accompanies the class.

Yoga2hear classes are practical and effective; thay give you the freedom to enjoy high quality yoga instruction whenever and wherever you choose. Having your yoga classes in audio format encourages you to focus 100% on the instructions and postures. Yoga2hear classes can be used again and again, in order to achieve maximum benefit from the class it should be practiced frequently.

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  • Mel
  • 08-07-13

A good core yoga workout

I don't enjoy group yoga classes, but I want to be guided through a workout, so I tried this and really like it. The class runs through a routine quite slowly twice (focusing on the left side and then the right side), and then runs through the same routine again more quickly. I quite often just do the slow versions and then skip straight to shavassanah, and I still feel like I've done a good yoga workout. It's not for total beginners, as you need to have been guided through the moves by a teacher at some point, but if you have some experience of doing yoga so that you know how each move should look, then you will enjoy this.

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