BONUS: SPECIAL EXERCISES FOR NECK, SHOULDERS AND ARMS. Yoga for Beginners at Work and Main Mistakes gives the practitioners-to-be an insight into the importance of practicing yoga. The yoga poses included in the eBook are poses that are simple to do, which can be practiced at the office comfortably. The poses are carefully chosen to address your health needs while ensuring that you can do them without yoga mats. You can find clear instructions on how to perform the poses and with each pose, you will find images as well as highlights on the common mistakes a beginner may make. The yoga poses described in the eBook are chosen after considerable thought on the flexibility level of the beginner and the comfort and privacy a work place may offer. Some of the poses mentioned in the eBook can be performed without any additional equipment. For some poses, you can use a chair or a low sill. You will also find simple exercises to relieve neck, shoulder, and arm pain. These simple-to-do exercises are best performed every day for optimal results. Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn... Important Health Benefits of Practicing Yoga The Best Yoga Poses for Beginners at Work Yoga Poses for the Week and Mistakes to Avoid Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Exercises for Neck, Shoulders, and Arms © 2015 All Rights Reserved ! Tags: Yoga, Yoga Poses, Yoga for Beginners, Yoga Poses for Beginners, Beginner Yoga Poses, Yoga Positions for Beginners, Bikram Yoga, Meditation, Yoga Meditation, Yoga for Weight Loss, Yoga Office Pants, Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga,Yoga at Work, Yoga Benefits, Yoga Exercise, Yoga Music, Yoga Works, Gentle Yoga, Yoga Anatomy, Yoga Basics, Yoga Blocks, Yoga Retreats, Yoga Positions, Types of Yoga, Yoga Poses for Beginners, Beginner yoga, Breathe Yoga, What is yoga, Yoga Every day, Benefits of Meditation, Mindful Meditation, What is Meditation, Types of Meditation.
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Arpita's background is wide and extensive displaying a wide variety of different interests and skills. Her educational background includes degrees and research in journalism, social work, and developmental studies - all of which have contributed to the lifestyle she lives now. As such, her approach to yoga is one that honors the need for individual self-study first and foremost. She wishes for all her students to use yoga to improve interpersonal relations and work to a common unity. Her knowledge of social work especially helps her to encourage her students in this area. Arpita began studying yoga as a young child in 1984. Though she started off as any other student, she quickly grew to love yoga with a passion that is often unseen in typical yoga instructors. Most of her knowledge and inspiration was passed on to her from teachers such as Govinda Jai, John Scott, and Dharma Mittra. After many years as a student, growing and learning all she could about yoga, she eventually knew it was time to take the next step and become a teacher herself. She needed to share everything she had learned with others. Beginning in South Asia, Arpita slowly began spreading her knowledge throughout the slums of Kolkata to the confines of the Occupied Palestinian Territories. To this day she continues to extend the reach of her teachings. Now bringing them to you for the first time! It is Arpita's belief that yoga isn't just a physical experience to exercise one's body. It is also an experience of the spiritual and mental. It is a way to experience the spiritual through the physical. Her ultimate goal is to bring yoga off the mat and ingrain it into the everyday practices of life. In this way, she combines asana, meditation, and pranayama. The resulting experience is one that engulfs every area of the practitioner's life and brings them closer to the spiritual every day they engage. Perhaps her life and the influence of yoga on her spirit can be summed up in one of her most notable quotes and life mottos: "Yoga is a way to focus within, and by doing so, expand our awareness, bringing increased responsibility to live in alignment with the men and women we came here to be. Peace".
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