Delavier’s Sculpting Anatomy for Women: Shaping your core, butt, and legs

Get an inside view of muscles in action. Like having an X-ray as you work out, Delavier’s Sculpting Anatomy for Women features full-color photos and detailed anatomical illustrations of exercises for slimming, shaping, and toning the core, butt, and legs.

Whether you’re looking to eliminate love handles, tighten your glutes, or add definition to your legs, Delavier’s Sculpting Anatomy for Women presents the exercises, programming, and advice for the results you want. It’s all here and all in the stunning detail that only Frédéric Delavier can provide!

Step-by-step instructions work in tandem with the anatomical illustrations to ensure clear understanding of how to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of each exercise. You’ll see how muscles interact with surrounding joints and skeletal structures and learn how variations can make each exercise easier or more intense.

Delavier’s Sculpting Anatomy for Women also includes nutrition recommendations; breathing techniques; and a customizable program for toning, strengthening, and sculpting your abs, glutes, and legs in just 90 days!

The former editor in chief of PowerMag in France, author and illustrator Frédéric Delavier is a journalist for Le Monde du Muscle and a contributor to Men’s Health Germany and several other strength publications. His previous publications, Strength Training Anatomy and Women’s Strength Training Anatomy, have sold more than 2 million copies.

Karmamudra: The Yoga of Bliss

Karmamudra refers to the ancient Buddhist practice of partnered sexual yoga. Also known as ‘The Path of Skillful Means’ or ‘The Path of Great Bliss’, Karmamudra uses powerful meditation techniques to transform ordinary pleasure, worldly desire, and orgasm into vehicles for spiritual transformation and liberation. In this ground-breaking book, Dr Nida Chenagtsang draws on his extensive training in Tibetan medicine and yoga to clarify major misconceptions relating to Tibetan Buddhist Tantra in general and Tibetan Buddhist sexual yoga practices in particular. Demystifying sexual yoga without depreciating it, Dr Nida provides an overview of the relationship between Sutric and Tantric orientations in Tibetan Buddhism, offers explanations of Tantric vows, initiations, and subtle anatomy, and explores both bio-medical and traditional Tibetan ideas about sexual health and well-being.

Speaking in a colloquial style as a physician, teacher, yogi, and parent, he addresses issues of sexual abuse, well-being and empowerment in a learned, down-to-earth and compassionate way. Aiming to inform and empower, this book offers vital context and instructions through which beginner and advanced students of any gender or sexual orientation can learn to engage with typically destructive and distracting emotions in a skillful way. Drawing on special Karmamudra teachings found in the Yuthok Nyingthig tradition that are aimed at practitioners without any prior training in tantric yoga, it offers safe and simple methods through which students can work with the raw energy of their desire and transform it into a source of blessings and benefit in their everyday lives.

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Passport Fitness: The No-Nonsense Guide To Staying In Shape No Matter What City You Wake Up In

Passport Fitness will get in your head, build a house there, and never leave. Nate takes a topic that has been muddied down with mis-information and snake oil and makes it fun and engaging to learn how to get in great shape, even with just a few minutes per day. Nate simplifies fitness for busy travelers into realistic tips that you can start doing right this second. You’ll get actionable information mixed with ridiculous travel stories with the author’s off-brand of humor so that you won’t want to put it down. Learn how to drink alcohol without getting fat, the very best workout you can do in your hotel room, and the tastiest insect you should eat if you can’t find a good source of protein. Passport Fitness is the nutrition and training book that all frequent fliers need.

Yoga Poses for Kids Cards (Deck One)

Learn and practice 25 yoga poses for kids! Mix-and-match twenty five yoga poses for kids with twenty five illustrated keywords (categories are Travel, Earth, People, and Animals). Pose index and pose instructions included. Target age group: Fun for all ages.

Product Features

  • Fun, active way to learn yoga poses for kids through yoga card games
  • 57 cards: 1 title card, 1 index card, 5 instruction cards, 25 pose cards, and 25 matching keyword cards
  • 3″ x 5″ with round corners
  • Full Color Yoga Cards for Kids
  • Recommended for ages 3 to 100

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Yoga Therapy as a Creative Response to Pain

Supporting yoga therapists to create a programme of care for those living with chronic pain, this guide brings pain science, creativity and yoga together for the first time. It includes the emotional, cognitive, social and spiritual in its definition of pain and acknowledges there that is no simple physical ‘fix’. The book offers advice on creating an environment that restores hope and meaning to clients, and on building a successful business by creating a community of support. Matt Taylor’s blend of creativity and yoga came from his own chronic spine pain as a physical therapist and his discovery of yoga therapy which led to his yoga-based rehabilitation clinic.

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Yoga 4 Love Tools for Mind, Body and Spirit: For a Holistic Lifestyle

Expanding Horizons, Inspiring Positive Change

Welcome to the much needed instruction manual for those who are ready to delve deeper into a personal practice of yoga, meditation and spirituality.

Experience a strong connection to the Divine Feminine through this book which has arisen from a desire to bring the ancient teachings of the goddess within to people of the 21st century.

The depth and simplicity of traditional and new teachings are appropriate rather you are new to yoga or an advanced practitioner.

Learn yogic philosophy while gaining personal growth. Receive guidance and wisdom with teachings written straight from Spirit.

The tools offered are written to read straight through, or utilize each lesson independently. It’s like having a personal life coach right at your fingertips!

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Life, Yoga and Cancer: Lessons from the Battlefield

You can be Victorious in the Battle of Life! Life is the arena. You could call it a battlefield or a stage as well. It is the environment in which we experience our existence as human beings. It comes with an incredibly diverse set of rules, regulations, and scenery. This depends on the location, culture, and many other factors into which we are born, and are seemingly out of our control. Life comes with objectives and obstacles, allies and opponents, challenges, rewards, and punishments. All the qualities of a game or a battle. And all those qualities exist on three primary levels: physical, mental, and spiritual. Yoga is the Ally and Weapon Available to You There are means and methods available to help manage and improve our chances in the arena. An arsenal of tools and weapons if you will. Physical assets to help the body, such as health, strength, energy, and endurance. Mental/emotional qualities such as focus, clarity, calmness, persistence and compassion. Spiritual qualities built mostly around relationships and the quality of them on the three levels. To the practicing yogi, those tools and weapons are yoga itself. Not only the physical exercise, which is a relatively small aspect of yoga but the entirety of yoga. It is an ancient science that was created to relieve human suffering. The Opponents in the Three Realms – Physical, Mental, and Spiritual Life can inflict many fierce opponents and enemies on us. There are physical scenarios such as injury and illnesses. There are the mental and emotional trials such as depression, addiction, anxiety, and destructive behavior. Through these constant distractions, the spirit suffers. As an example of one of these types of opponents I have chosen cancer, however, this book is not about cancer specifically. That section gives an idea of the depth of research required to effectively deal with life’s significant challenges. This would be the same approach to any of the severe problems we encounter. It is the approach of Sun Tsu in The Art of War. You must know the enemy very well. With that said, the section on cancer could be considered a valuable primer on the fundamentals of the disease. It is presented in an easy to understand way and is useful knowledge to possess. Every person I know has been influenced by cancer either directly or indirectly, and yet many, many people know very little about it. This book is not an instruction manual. It is not a “how to do yoga” book, although it explains things about yoga. It is not a “cure your cancer” book, although it has ideas and suggestions regarding cancer. There are no checklists, recipes, or charts. If you Have the Information, and do the Work, you can Succeed This book consists of information, observation, and occasionally opinion. It is presented either directly or through stories. It is told from the viewpoint of a health-conscious, life-long yoga practitioner, who worked hard, tried to do everything right and still ended up having to fight the battle. It is meant to inform, or possibly inspire the reader. Or maybe remind us of something we once valued but have forgotten. It is thoughts on life’s journeys from the viewpoint of a dedicated western yogi, living in the modern age.

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