March 1, 2013 by Roseanne
How many of us spend too much time in front of computers? We feel this in our necks, shoulders, wrists and hands, and it affects our posture, digestion and overall health.
Sandy Blaine has an antidote for the computer weary: yoga! obviously. In her compact little book, Yoga for Computer Users, she draws on her extensive yoga teaching career and experience as the in-house yoga instructor for Pixar Animation Studios.
The book outlines 22 postures, along with breathing and relaxation techniques, that counter the “computer slump” and increase range of motion. It’s designed for anyone with any level or experience with yoga.
IAYB has three copies of Yoga for Computer Users for lucky readers, generously provided by Rodmell Press. To enter, all you have to do is leave a comment below telling us: What’s your favourite yoga move (asana, breathwork or mantra) after hours at the computer?
Leave your comment before 5pm EST on Tuesday, March 5. Three names will be drawn at random.
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