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This easy to follow class is suitable for those with little or no previous experience of yoga. It has been created by Sue Fuller, a leading yoga professional and resident yoga expert at Natural Health Magazine, to offer a practical introduction to basic yoga breathing techniques. When practiced regularly these techniques will improve levels of health and vitality, encourage relaxation, reduce anxiety and increase mental focus.

The class instructions are mixed with a gentle background music track thet sets a mood perfect for the class. A printable PDF guide book which highlights the easy to follow instructions and gives reference photos accompanies this class. Yoga2hear classes are practical and effective; tey give you the freedom to enjoy high quality yoga instruction whenever and wherever you choose. Having your yoga classes in audio format encourages you to focus 100% on the instructions. Yoga2hear classes can be used again and again, in order to acheive maximun benefit from the class it should be practiced frequently.

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a great help for relaxing

Great for beginners or intermediate students. Sue is very competent and has a soothing voice. The choice of background music complements the overall effect.

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