Yoga Journal Presents "Yoga for Strength and Toning" DVD

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Get your muscles moving and your heart pounding with "Yoga for Strength and Toning," the newest DVD from Yoga Journal, the most trusted source on yoga today. This 60-minute toning and strengthening sequence offers a tough workout that will tone your body — and leave you feeling stronger, leaner, and more flexible.

Featuring renowned yoga teacher Stephanie Snyder, these dynamic sequences are designed to cleanse and support your body and give you a yoga workout that will awaken your body and soul.

The sequences are specifically designed to:

- Refine muscle definition

- Cultivate a strong and lean core

- Safely build strength

- Relieve everyday stress

- Promote mental clarity

The practices, created by the editors of Yoga Journal, are carefully designed to bring results while keeping you safe. Whether you're an athlete, a yoga practitioner, or anyone else interested in a great workout, these challenging practices will provide you with visible results.

Price: $19.99. Running time: Approximately 90 minutes. To order, visit the Yoga Journal shop, or call 1-800-I-DO -YOGA (436-9642).

About Stephanie Snyder: Stephanie teaches workshops and public classes at Yoga Tree in San Francisco. She recently received the Instructor Award in the San Francisco Chronicle's "Top 5 in Yoga for the Bay Area 2009" list. She teaches workshops and retreats internationally, and teaches a rigorous, flowing Vinyasa class with emphasis on technical alignment.

About Yoga Journal: Yoga Journal is the largest circulation yoga magazine in the country. Founded in 1975, its paid circulation is 350,000. Yoga Journal holds several conferences a year, including New York, Boston, Grand Geneva, WI, and Estes Park, CO. Its website — which Forbes called "The Web's most expansive and
impressive Yoga site" — was nominated for the Webby Award for "Best Magazine Website" of 2008. Yoga Journal also produces many best-selling yoga books and DVDs, including "The Complete Beginner's Guide," "Yoga for Morning, Noon, and Night," "Yoga for Well-Being," Yoga for Stress," and "Yoga Step-by-Step" The magazine is owned by Active Interest Media, Inc., the consumer enthusiast media company based in El Segundo, Calif.