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Karma Yoga : Yoga en la Vida Cotidiana


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Aimed at taking yoga beyond the mat, this book encourages the use of karma yoga in all aspects of daily life. Featuring 10 poses with accompanying meditations, it provides easy, everyday applications for yoga, from relieving stress to standing up for one's values and ideals. This helpful and inspirational guide is sure to motivate beginners as well as advanced practitioners to incorporate yoga into new and unexpected parts of their lives. "Buscando llevar el yoga mas alla de la esterilla, este libro promueve el uso del karma yoga en todos los aspectos de la vida cotidiana. Con 10 posturas y sus meditaciones complementarias, provee aplicaciones faciles del yoga para el dia a dia, desde la reduccion del estres hasta la defensa de los valores e ideales propios. Esta guia util e inspiradora motivara tanto a principiantes como a practicantes avanzados a incorporar el yoga en aspectos nuevos e inesperados de sus vidas."

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Author: Joss Guin,
Number of Pages: 62 pages
Published Date: 01 May 2012
Publisher: BLUME
Publication Country: United States
Language: Spanish
ISBN: 9788480769488
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