Many of us may have made a New Year’s resolution to be healthier and increase our activity level. One way to improve fitness is to do yoga.
Yoga has many health benefits including increased flexibility, improved relaxation and energy, as well as stress relief. Yoga can be done independently or with a friend.
It is a great exercise for people of all ages, including children. Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh has a variety of resources to help you learn more about yoga and develop your own practice.
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Includes tools for healthy aging with strength, flexibility, balance and peace of mind. You can also check out this title as eBook on OverDrive/Libby.
Includes a morning routing to energize you and an evening routing to relax you.
Explains how yoga can improve our physical and mental health and thus affect everything else, including work performance and interpersonal relationships.
Flutter, wiggle and jiggle–it’s never too early to introduce children to the fun and healthy joys of yoga.
Includes 25 workouts and over 50 key postures to get your body moving.
This book shows that everyone can practice yoga including the elderly, pregnant women and people with disabilities.
A guide to yoga that addresses a variety of health issues including balance, flexibility, cardiovascular and brain health among others.