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Yoga for Beginners: Choosing the Right Class--Relaxation and Spirituality

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Sometimes trying out a few different classes can help determine which style of yoga is right for you. Even within a specific style of yoga, different instructors have different styles and will present very different classes. Take the time to explore a few different options, and follow your instinct—once you’ve found a class you love, the benefits will be worth every effort.


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Yoga Journal

Ananda Yoga

Reviewed June 21, 2011
Edited by Alison Stanton

Hillary Easom is a yoga teacher in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her practice started with an Iyengar-style class, and she soon developed a love for Vinyasa yoga. She teaches Vinyasa, Prenatal, and Postnatal yoga, along with playful kids’ yoga classes.

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