Trudie Styler's Weight Loss Yoga by GAIAM available via iTunes...
June 20, 2014 
With Trudie Styler's Weight Loss Yoga Application, you'll get four workouts to help you learn to use yoga to lose weight naturally. The stresses of daily life can lead to unhealthy habits, including poor nutrition, lack of exercise and inadequate rest. Trudie Styler's Weight Loss Yoga helps you adopt a more balanced lifestyle to achieve your weight loss goals while creating a healthier body. ''Yoga Conditioning for Weight Loss'' (18 minutes) helps you to cleanse and strengthen. ''Total Body Yoga'' (24 minutes) adds extra challenge and builds strength. ''Yoga Abs'' (15 minutes) improves core strength and posture. ''Chair Yoga'' (35 minutes) is an easy-to-follow routine for people new to yoga or easing back into practice. For more info please visit itunes.apple.com...
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