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Improvers Yoga, Volume 3

Yoga Class and Guide Book
Narrated by: Sue Fuller
Length: 1 hr and 7 mins
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This Hatha yoga class is suitable for those with some previous experience of yoga. It has been created by leading yoga professional Sue Fuller to continue your journey into the ancient Eastern science of yoga and allow you to enjoy the many mental and physical benefits it has to offer.

The class begins with a guided relaxation to prepare body and mind for the 23 yoga postures that follow. These include Bow, Equestrian pose, advanced variations of Downward Facing Dog and Plank. The class concludes with a longer relaxation.

Instructions are mixed with a relaxing background track that sets a mood perfect for yoga. A printable PDF guide book highlights the easy-to-follow instructions and gives a series of reference photos for each yoga posture.

Yoga2hear classes are practical and effective; they give you the freedom to enjoy high-quality hatha yoga instruction whenever and wherever you choose. Having your yoga class in an audio format encourages you to focus 100% on the easy-to-follow instructions. Yoga2hear classes can be used again and again. In order to achieve maximum benefits from the classes, they should be practiced frequently.

We highly recommend that you use this class in conjunction with the other classes in the Yoga2hear Improvers series. Using the classes alternately will provide variety and allow exposure to a broader range of postures and techniques.

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  • Cary Mannaberg
  • 14-01-15

Top notch yoga practice

Sue Fuller is one of my favorite yoga teachers. She explains things well with a soothing voice. Everything is clear as a bell, good volume, good pitch. The practice on this guide is energetic and you use your entire body. The practice includes: Meditation, breathing techniques , strong and energy building yang poses, soothing and stretching yin poses, balance poses, and inversion poses. You will feel good when you are done.

Be sure to give yourself a good 75 to 90 minutes- depending on how much time you need for warm ups and Shavasana at the end. Don't stop until the practice is complete! It is worthwhile and you will love yourself for it.

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