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JAVAJENN SparkPoints: (8,282)
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4/22/13 7:32 A

Umm, I have a Yoga Booty DVD. It's good, a great workout. I don't know what type of yoga it is.

I think life is not so much about waiting for the storms to be over, as much as it is, learning how to dance in the rain.
SATTVA Posts: 808
4/22/13 3:55 A

I do Iyengar yoga. It is an incredibly effective and specific way to meet daily challenges with joy!

JIBBIE49 Posts: 60,711
2/15/13 2:30 P

Hatha Yoga. I've followed B.K.S. IYENGAR who is now 94, for over 30 yrs. RODNEY YEE is one of his instructors and has wonderful videos. Patricia Walden is also one of his instructors and I like her videos but Rodney is just easier to follow.



BERRY4 SparkPoints: (165,058)
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2/13/13 7:38 P

None at all... Pilates is my "thing."

"We would accomplish many more things if we did not think of them as impossible."
~C. Malesherbes~

"Your mind will be like its habitual thoughts; for the soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts."
Marcus Aurelius (121-180 AD)



-WRKNG2ABTTRME- Posts: 98,912
2/13/13 6:58 P

I have never tried it, but, it looks interesting.

~Nancy~








UPBEAT551 SparkPoints: (28,463)
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2/13/13 5:42 A

I recently tried a 30 day yoga challenge in my area where all types of yoga were performed. I preferred yin yoga. It incorporates prolonged stretches.

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