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Yoga Journal (www.yogajournal.com), the most widely read yoga magazine in the country, announces the launch of “Yoga for Well-Being”, taught by Yoga Journal contributing editor and in-house teacher, Jason Crandell.
According to the 2008 “Yoga in America Study,” three of the main ways practitioners use yoga (and non-practitioners would like to use yoga), are to help them sleep better, have more energy, and achieve mental clarity. “Yoga for Well-Being” includes three 20-minute practices on each of these topics, and can be used individually or combined for a longer, one hour practice DVD includes:
•Restful Sleep: Sleep better with this practice of soothing hip openers, forward bends, and restorative poses that will prepare you for a better might’s sleep.
•Greater Energy: Invigorate your body with revitalizing standing poses and shoulder openers to awaken your body and revive your energy.
•Mental Clarity: Clear your mind with quieting forward bends, twists, and balancing poses to restore mental focus and clarity.
PLUS: Special Feature: Interview with Jason Crandell about using your yoga practice to support better health and well-being in your life.
The DVD is suitable for both beginning and intermediate students.
Jason Crandell, a yoga teacher for more than 10 years, is a contributing editor to Yoga Journal, teaches at Yoga Journal conferences, and leads workshops and retreats around the world. He can be found at www.jasonyoga.com.
The DVD may be purchased directly from www.shopyj.com or (800) 436-9642. It also available in stores nationwide. Retail price: $19.99. 70-minute running time. Other Yoga Journal DVD titles include “Great Instructors Series,” with Baron Baptiste, Seane Corn, and Shiva Rea; “Yoga Step-by-Step” Sessions 1,2 and 3; “Yoga for Stress”, and “Yoga for Pregnancy”.