Yoga for Snow Sports Vol.1

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Yoga for Snow Sports Vol.1 - CD
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Quick Overview

Yoga for Snow Sports Vol.1 is a 60 minute instructional yoga class devised specifically for Boarders and Skiers with little or no previous yoga experience. The class uses easy to follow expert tuition to instruct simple postures that will increase your strength and flexibility, improve core strength, balance, co-ordination, agility and focus. These are all benefits that will make a real difference to your skiing or boarding and will also reduce your risk of injury.

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Yoga for Snow Sports Vol.1 is a practical and effective yoga class that can be used again and again to prepare you for your time on the mountain and it is also ideal to use at the end of a day on the snow to stretch and relax your body.

The class starts with a short relaxation session to focus your mind and prepare the body for the 18 simple and effective postures that follow. Each posture is introduced using clear, easy-to-follow instructions which are combined with a subtle atmospheric background music track. The class then ends with a short relaxation session that will leave your body and mind feeling relaxed and tuned.

The class is accompanied by a free PDF visual reference guide booklet that highlights the instructions and gives a series of photos for each yoga posture featured. View the Yoga for Snow Sports Vol.1 guide booklet here.

Yoga for Snow Sports Vol.1 is devised and instructed by Sue Fuller and was recorded in a professional sound studio. Sue is the resident yoga expert for Natural Health Magazine and is a leading yoga teacher, writer and training course author who has taught yoga to many professional sportsmen and women around the world since 1995.

We recommend that all skiers and boarders use this class in conjunction with the Yoga2hear Intro to Core Yoga or Core Yoga class.

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