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  • Kerry O'neill United Kingdom Bit painful at times but felt relaxed
    2015-03-27 12:03:38

  • Jesikka Henriod United States of America I loved these
    2015-03-01 04:03:34

  • Madalyn Humphries Australia Love that! Feel the burn!!
    2015-02-23 10:02:12

  • Rajasree Paul India inner thigh flexibility is great help for knee joint pains
    2015-01-27 08:01:11

  • Parasuraman S Malaysia "Yoga inner thigh flexibility" is giving following error message Parse error: syntax error, unexpected $end in /usr/local/apache/htdocs/lib/db.php on line 152 Please rectify the issue and enable me to finish the course. Thank you
    2014-11-15 00:11:29

  • Don McGee United States of America Would inner thigh flexibility be ok for someone who has arthritis and or hip problems?
    2014-10-24 04:10:18

  • bourzeg hakim Morocco Good style in exercises
    2014-10-06 22:10:59

  • bourzeg hakim Morocco Good style in exercises
    2014-10-06 22:10:04

  • Jones Hanungu Munang'andu Zambia Yoga The initiate guided by a guru may practice Yoga (a “methodic exertion” of body and mind) in order to attain, through mortification, concentration, and meditation, a higher state of consciousness and thereby find supreme knowledge, achieve spiritual autonomy, and realize oneness with the Highest (or however the ultimate goal is conceived). Yoga may be atheistic or theistic and may adopt various philosophical or religious principles. Every denomination attempted to implement Yogic practices on a theoretical basis derived from its own teachings. There are many different forms of Yoga, and the practices vary according to the stage of advancement of the adepts. All serious yogis, however, agree in disapproving the use of Yogic methods for worldly purposes.
    2014-09-04 10:09:56

  • Jones Hanungu Munang'andu Zambia Yoga The initiate guided by a guru may practice Yoga (a “methodic exertion” of body and mind) in order to attain, through mortification, concentration, and meditation, a higher state of consciousness and thereby find supreme knowledge, achieve spiritual autonomy, and realize oneness with the Highest (or however the ultimate goal is conceived). Yoga may be atheistic or theistic and may adopt various philosophical or religious principles. Every denomination attempted to implement Yogic practices on a theoretical basis derived from its own teachings. There are many different forms of Yoga, and the practices vary according to the stage of advancement of the adepts. All serious yogis, however, agree in disapproving the use of Yogic methods for worldly purposes.
    2014-09-04 10:09:42

  • Jones Hanungu Munang'andu Zambia Yoga The initiate guided by a guru may practice Yoga (a “methodic exertion” of body and mind) in order to attain, through mortification, concentration, and meditation, a higher state of consciousness and thereby find supreme knowledge, achieve spiritual autonomy, and realize oneness with the Highest (or however the ultimate goal is conceived). Yoga may be atheistic or theistic and may adopt various philosophical or religious principles. Every denomination attempted to implement Yogic practices on a theoretical basis derived from its own teachings. There are many different forms of Yoga, and the practices vary according to the stage of advancement of the adepts. All serious yogis, however, agree in disapproving the use of Yogic methods for worldly purposes.
    2014-09-04 10:09:34

  • Jones Hanungu Munang'andu Zambia Yoga The initiate guided by a guru may practice Yoga (a “methodic exertion” of body and mind) in order to attain, through mortification, concentration, and meditation, a higher state of consciousness and thereby find supreme knowledge, achieve spiritual autonomy, and realize oneness with the Highest (or however the ultimate goal is conceived). Yoga may be atheistic or theistic and may adopt various philosophical or religious principles. Every denomination attempted to implement Yogic practices on a theoretical basis derived from its own teachings. There are many different forms of Yoga, and the practices vary according to the stage of advancement of the adepts. All serious yogis, however, agree in disapproving the use of Yogic methods for worldly purposes.
    2014-09-04 10:09:27

  • Jones Hanungu Munang'andu Zambia Yoga The initiate guided by a guru may practice Yoga (a “methodic exertion” of body and mind) in order to attain, through mortification, concentration, and meditation, a higher state of consciousness and thereby find supreme knowledge, achieve spiritual autonomy, and realize oneness with the Highest (or however the ultimate goal is conceived). Yoga may be atheistic or theistic and may adopt various philosophical or religious principles. Every denomination attempted to implement Yogic practices on a theoretical basis derived from its own teachings. There are many different forms of Yoga, and the practices vary according to the stage of advancement of the adepts. All serious yogis, however, agree in disapproving the use of Yogic methods for worldly purposes.
    2014-09-04 10:09:11

  • Yasmine Kone Cote D'Ivoire How to safely approach the lotus position for someone with tight hips?
    2014-07-01 01:07:53

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