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Yoga for Writers: Quick and Easy Fitness at Your Computer

it was amazing 5.00  ·  Rating details ·  2 ratings  ·  1 review
Wondering how to stay fit when you spend so much time writing?

'Yoga for Writers' will show you how - no mats, floor work or special clothing required!

Learn 60-second micro-breaks that:

- Sharpen your focus

- Refresh tired eyes

- Relieve aching backs (and sore shoulders)

- Improve your posture

- Energize your body

- Unlock writers block

- And boost your creativity

You will learn:

Published January 1st 2019 by Taylore Daniel
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Dec 22, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Yoga for Writers: Quick and Easy Fitness at Your Computer addresses a common complaint among not just writers, but those who have desk jobs: the lack of activity and the concurrent dearth of time that lead to an inability to perform typical yoga or exercise regimens.

Taylore Daniel has crafted an alternative that leaves little room for either excuse: a series of yoga exercises that can be inserted into a busy sit-down day at computer or desk.

Daniel observes that "more and more of our lives are a
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Taylore Daniel B.A. has degrees in Creative Writing and Fine Arts from the University of British Columbia. She was on the editorial board of Prism International, an assistant editor of Fugue, and a creative writing mentor at the Vancouver School Board, as well as founding and facilitating a writing group for four years.

With a strong background teaching, she has acted as a corporate trainer, taught