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January 24, 2013


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Laura Rodriguez

I agree - as long as the book provides step-by-step information and details. I have read many that do not.


You have to learn from a book first.

How many yogis out there ever learned from watching?
Some claim they do.

Unspecified movement can be learned readily from watching. Take an average suburban playground, for instance ...

But information is transmitted in its most detail from a book.

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