Om Yoga Today: A Yoga Practice for 5, 15, 30, 60, and 90 Minutes
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Om Yoga Today: A Yoga Practice for 5, 15, 30, 60, and 90 Minutes

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Never been busier? Take heart. In OM Yoga Today, renowned yoga teacher Cyndi Lee offers a simple and realistic approach to integrating a daily yoga session into even the most hectic day with a yoga sequence for any schedule and tailored to meet specific needs and fitness goals. Through her signature easy-to-follow illustrations, Cyndi provides straightforward instruction f...more
Hardcover, 176 pages
Published August 12th 2004 by Chronicle Books
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Marcel
I picked up this little tome at the bookstore--something I rarely do anymore since becoming a librarian and learning how to acquire books. But I loved the use of little stick figures to represent the poses of yoga moves. I actually think that by using these stick figures instead of photos of humans that the movements are better illustrated and easier to follow.

That the book breaks up yoga sessions in terms of time available is another feature of the book that interested me. Whether one has five...more
Leslie
Aug 13, 2011 Leslie rated it 3 of 5 stars
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When I first got this book I knew nothing about yoga. Never took a class or watched a dvd either. I thought it was nicely organized, looked sharp but it wasn't particularly inspiring. Now that I've learned a little about yoga and how to do the poses and the oh so important breathing, I find this book much more useful. The book has stick people guides of the usual poses which make alot more sense to me now that i've seen them properly demonstrated on the two dvd's I have. Today was nice cos I cou...more
Patricia
I liked the workouts, though I only did the five and fifteen minute versions. The illustrations were sparse, literally stick figures, so I would say this isn't a book for beginners, but rather people already familiar with the poses. I liked the illustrations, but I would have preferred there also to be some indication of "breathe in" and "breath out." If I end up buying this book I will add my own symbols. Overall, a good book to have around, I would say.
marissa
the layout of the pose sequences on the open double page is different than the OM yoga which is confusing when using both regularly.
Tatiana Brennan
Not so sure that stick figures are really the way to go with this...maybe, if I were five.
Jada
Great yoga book for beginners! :)
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Cyndi Lee is the first female Western yoga teacher to fully integrate yoga asana and Tibetan Buddhism in her practice and teaching. In 1998, she founded the OM yoga Center in NYC, which became a mecca for yogis worldwide. One of the most influential teachers in the U.S., Cyndi is known for her dynamic and contemplative classes, creative, safe and sane sequencing, smart and soulful teachings -- all...more
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