WellBeing

Love your yoga body

Whether you’re new to yoga or a seasoned practitioner, Lola Berry’s new book, , is like receiving a warm hug from your yoga teacher after class: gentle, inspiring and full of wisdom. Berry, a nutritionist and yoga teacher, shares how to achieve and maintain your “yoga body” and how to quieten your busy mind. Gorgeous mandala illustrations fill the pages, which are thoughtfully separated into three sections: yoga practice, yoga food and yoga mind. At the beginning, you’ll learn the

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