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Yoga for Writers - Quick and Easy Fitness at Your Computer - cover

Yoga for Writers - Quick and Easy Fitness at Your Computer

Taylore Daniel

Publisher: Taylore Daniel

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Introducing a remarkable way to improve your energy, strength and flexibility with unique yoga moves that can be done sitting at your computer or standing behind your desk. No mats, special clothing or floorwork required.

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