Artistic Yoga

May 2013
Prevention India;May2013, p18
The article discusses a form of yoga that helps people shape up and keep fit. Developed in 2001 in India, artistic yoga is described as a fast and dynamic form of yoga. Artistic yoga enables students to work on all three aspects of fitness including strength, balance, and stamina. How to perform an artistic yoga is explained.


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