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Yoga for Health

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Yoga for Health.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Richard Hittleman(Author)

    Book details

This is more than a Yoga book, more than an exercise book, more than a nutrition guide, more than a cookbook. It is all three. And it presents the total way of life by America's foremost yoga instructor.
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Supported Devices Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch.
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Printable? Yes

Book details

  • PDF | 130 pages
  • Richard Hittleman(Author)
  • Ballantine; Reissue edition (31 Mar. 1985)
  • English
  • 7
  • Health, Family & Lifestyle

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  • By MRS L I WHITEHOUSE on 15 May 2017

    Richard Hittleman was the original yoga teacher on TV and this book is really easy to follow

  • By Sue Taylor on 25 July 2017

    had this book years ago best yoga book for illustrations very pleased

  • By Guest on 22 March 2017

    Great book, simple illustrations help practice the poses at a pace that suits you.

  • By Sagadolly on 11 December 2004

    I agree with other readers that this is the best lifetime plan Yoga book there is. I have been practising Yoga for over 30 years using the Richard Hittleman plan and classes. However, I must offer a word of caution for new users - some of the exercises are not now recommended by Yoga teachers (e.g the head stand) and the Plough should be used with caution as both the exercises can effect the neck if overdone. This advice, of course, applies to most Yoga books. Apart from this enjoy this excellent book.

  • By kkc on 25 February 2008

    A lot of hatha yoga books these days should come with health warnings. This book on the other hand is a great introduction to very gentle poses (with the exception of headstand, plough and shoulder stand for those with back problems). There is no need for anyone to do strenuous hatha yoga and this book proves it.

  • By Guest on 13 April 2013

    My mother purchased this book many years ago when Richard Hittleman was shown on TV as the book is now well worn out. It was great to see this an an e-book so that you can have it on your mobile device. Excellent instruction on how to do the exercises as well as advice on what each exercise benefits which part of the body. A great book for the yoga enthusiast whether a beginner or advanced.

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