Présentation de l'éditeur
This title features 100 step-by-step postures & sequences. It offers classic yoga postures for mind, body and spirit on 52 sturdy, stand-up cards contained within a unique presentation tin box. It is a complete, practical, easy-to-follow yoga course, with step-by-step guidance and postures especially chosen for beginners and intermediates. Over 300 photographs clearly show how to move into each posture and provide specific points of focus or modifications for the less flexible. The cards are grouped into type for easy reference and are graded with difficulty, with modifications and more advanced variations to suit all levels of flexibility. It features over 50 suggested routines to help build a personalized daily and monthly plan, plus targeted sequences to ease commons problems such as headaches, backache and arthritis. Individual cards make it easy to create tailor-made yoga routines. Iyengar yoga is a practical philosophy and system of asanas promoting physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing. This beautifully presented practical yoga pack of cards provides expert guidance for beginners and intermediate yoga practitioners. Each card features a single asana with clear step-by-step photographs showing how to move in and out of each posture correctly. The beauty of the cards is that it is easy to mix them around and create a personalized routine to suit time restraints and physical needs. At the back of the pack special feature cards contain over 50 suggested routines to follow for specific circumstances and conditions.
Biographie de l'auteur
Judy Smith was born and educated in South Africa, where she studied at the University of the Witwatersrad. Judy began practising yoga in the early 1970s to correct her posture and, after having children, trained as a teacher at the prestigious lyengar Yoga Institute in Maida Vale, London, qualifying in 1989. Judy teaches classes all over London, including a remedial class at Triyoga in north London, and children's classes. Having trained to a senior level, Judy regularly visits the mother institute in Pune, India, where she attends courses taught by B.K.S. lyengar, his daughter Geeta, and his son, Prachant.