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Quick & Easy Yoga: 5-Minute Routines for Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere Paperback – 5 January 2010
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- Publisher : Duncan Baird Pub; 1st edition (5 January 2010)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 123 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1844838382
- ISBN-13 : 978-1844838387
- Dimensions : 13.97 x 1.27 x 17.15 cm
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This book has about 127 pages, and it is blocked out by individual exercises that are grouped into the following themes: Anytime, Anywhere, stress busters, mood enhancers, energy boosters, and practicing together. That last one is for things to be done with a partner, and that's a section I don't use at this time because my hubby's current work schedule is a bear and when he's around, usually yoga isn't at the tops of our list to do together. Today I hit up the stress busters and mood enhancers. I have previously done exercises from the other sections as well. Anytime and Anywhere have the most exercises, but all exercises are given to target a specific goal you might have and can be done quickly.
That is the strength of this book in my opinion, that they are exercises that can give you a quick "ahh" or whatever you need that can be worked in whenever with a short amount of time. I think in general the explanations are good, but there are a couple of exercises I would have liked more individual pictures on because I was having a bit more trouble visualizing what she meant, so I just kind of did my own form of interpretive yoga if you will on those. And that's the reason for the nocked off star, I feel that this would have been a stronger book with a few more pictures on those exercises. And for you, that may not pose any sort of issue. Otherwise, I think most of the explanations are definitely easy enough to follow, and I think I'm just going to be living in my yoga pants for the rest of the day. Because this is just a day for that kind of nurturing.