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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 3
Re: What's different about yoga...
Posted By: sean
Date: March-31, 1998 at 11:14:54
In Response To: Re: What's different about yoga... (Sheila)
It's amazing how many people find yoga when they become
too sore or diseased to enjoy "normal" forms of physical
activity. The poses, the effortlessness, and the grace
all come together nicely the more a person sticks to it.
The astanga school is my "favorite" because it doesn't paint
me in a corner to only do one thing during any workout.
Yoga is a self-diagnosis tool. If life(spiritual, mental, physical)
is unbalancing, injuring, or debilitating, it shows up loud and clear in the
effortless posture transitions.
If you are the kind who is easily distracted in classrooms,
a book and tape may be a good way to learn the basic principles.
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Jenny -- Tuesday, 31 March 1998, at 11:14 a.m.