10 Minute Yoga Workouts: Perfect Weight, Perfect Shape by Barbara Currie

By Barbara Currie

This booklet comprises routines to tone and enterprise the physique, lightly operating the muscle groups and inner organs, and holding the backbone and joints in ideal stipulations.

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