I want to start doing yoga at home. How do i get started?

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    I work out the gym for an hour to two every day, i eat right, but i still dont lose weight. I have been stressing alot and i’m told that might be why my body wont let go of these unwanted pounds i’m packing. (15lb) i was told to try yoga to relax and it should help my body, but how do i get started? i want to do it at home, in my bedroom, where i can be alone and truly relax. Please help.

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    Rodney Yee has wonderful DVD’s and videos. Many levels of skill available & in beautiful settings. Great stuff.

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    ask around to some friends for some dvds of yoga they recommend….or go to a few classes to learn the basics then you can do it at home yourself….

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    Try searching info in internet. I have included a link below. Go to a book store or a fitness store & get information.

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    Yes, Yoga is the only remedy.
    I am from India. I practice yoga researched by Vethatiri Maharishi, 93 yrs old master passed away an year back.
    Visit http://www.vethathiri.org/ mostly you will get an idea. They have training centers thru the world.
    Wishes from Jagadeeswaran Chennai, Tamil nadu, India
    tjagadeeswaran@yahoo.co.uk

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    buy/rent some books and/or videos from a store or form the library… wherever and books will give u good tips and show u useful positions but videos are much more relaxing b/c u dnt have to flip the page everytime u want to do sumthing else.
    I use yoga booty ballet… which is like relaxing then a workout then a strengthworkout and ends with more relaxation- i use them quite often but books are good to read to understand wut to think about and how ur body should be comfortable ect.
    good luck!!

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