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Meditation | Use a Chair

Use a Chair for Meditation

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Learn proper alignment by using a chair for meditation.

The exercise instructions and advice presented in this video are designed for people who are in good health and physically fit. They are not intended to substitute for medical counseling. The creators, producers, participants, and distributors of Yoga Journal disclaim any liability for loss or injury in connection with the exercises shown or the instruction and advice expressed.

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