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Beth Shaw's Yogafit

Beth Shaw's Yogafit

  • Title: Beth Shaw's Yogafit
  • Author: Beth Shaw
  • ISBN: 9780736075367
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Paperback
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Beth Shaw s YOGAFIT contains a nice blend of explanations about yoga, its many benefits, and practical ways to incorporate it into your individual lifestyle It s the third edition and is based on years of experience by the author In the preface, Shaw stresses that you should take time to absorb what captures your attention and be patient with yourself Good advice for any undertaking, and especially yoga since it requires time to become stronger and flexible There is no rush As the first chapter [...]

I m so happy I won the giveaway for Beth Shaw s YogaFit 3rd Edition book It was a great read for me I ve read various yoga books and I m always on the lookout for Prior to getting this book I wasn t very familiar with YogaFit I was pleasantly surprised when reading this book Although it has their program in mind and notes their philosophy and practice, this book is for anyone It s easy to follow and is broken down in three main parts It prepares you with traditional guidelines, structured worko [...]

Beth Shaw s Yogafit is an invaluable guide for those who are new to practicing yoga Shaw covers everything from breathing techniques, poses, and routines The diagrammed pictures of poses are especially helpful.

Had to read this for the Level 1 course, and though it s mostly walking you through poses and teaching, it was useful YogaFit makes yoga accessible to people who aren t stereotypical pretzel people or could be put off by the stereotypical yoga class Thanks to Beth Shaw, seniors, people with handicaps, busy moms, people who were told by MDs to try yoga but don t know where to start or went to a class they didn t like have an amazing option.It s not something to just sit down and enjoy this is a b [...]

I m currently reading this because it s required reading for YogaFit Level 1 training There are other books that I have seen and read that are in depth for each of the asanas but this would be good for someone fairly new to yoga that wants an Americanized book to help them further their home practice there are no Sanskrit names to the poses and many useful yoga asanas are missing.

great suggestions for yoga workouts for general use with focus on strengthening and flexibility She starts with standard lying and standing warm up, beginning yogafit, Yogacore as well as Power Yogafit, as well as specific routines for various sports including running, swimming, cycling golf,baseball, volleyball, skiing, weightlifting, boxing Then she finishes book with 5 minute poststretch for any sport

A required textbook for my yoga teacher training Beth Shaw has done a great job of helping bring yoga in a way still respectful of tradition to people in our time.

I think this book would be a good primer for someone new to yoga It show you poses and how to build a practice without the Sanskrit asana names that some can find rather intimidating Beth Shaw s Yogafit would also work well for a seasoned yoga practioner, however, I found the omission of the Sanskrit names of the asanas to be a bit off putting I understand her methodology here, but I think serious yogis and yoginis will want to know the Sanskrit names.

Have completed my first reading of this required book for my YogaFit Level 1 training coming up in January 2013 Easy to understand My Yoga teacher in Bella Vista was trained by YogaFit, so she teaches from this book I am looking forward to continuing to learn and grow in my knowledge and love of Yoga.

I think this is a great book for anyone getting started in yoga.It gives nice detail with precise and clear photos for poses.I purchased this book to go along with my level one teacher training Although I think this would be good for anyone just getting started in yoga Its very informative without being overwhelming.

I read this book in anticipation of taking the level 1 course I found it a good basics book and a nice reference of different types of sequences to start with and expand upon as your practice grows I find the sequences helpful when I am preparing to teach classes.

Very interesting and informative Easy to follow May read it through once , because I want it to really sink in.

Slow day at work todayed to read this for a class in May Not too much reading, much of it is poses and 3 sample programs Good info.

Very useful for prepping for a level one class and for putting together a Yoga class.

win Will review once received.

Second time through and it seems repetitive Third edition is better than 2nd.

Read this for YogaFit training and loved it Very simple and easy to read and understand Gives great healthy living advice too Organized well.

Like others, thus is required prior to participation in a Yoga Fit program Great marketing ploy at 26 Actually, learned from it and have implementedSome into my classes.

What didn t I learn from this book Great resource for me to refer to

Another book to add to my yoga collection I m thinking of taking the Level 1 course I m enrolled in a teacher certification course now but am a sponge and need .

Excellent Finished this the second time through even better than the first

Great pics and description of poses Very clear explanations combined with some eastern philosophy.kes it pretty easy to make your yoga practice applicable to all parts of your life.

Informative first couple chapters, but better yoga books exist.


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