Ten compact, results-targeted segments. It's perfect for anyone who only has a few minutes to focus on a single goal (or, who just wants a brief “taste” of ten different yoga styles). The moves are yoga classics like warrior, sphinx, chair, boat and cow, plus lots of sun salutations. A few segments also integrate traditional fitness exercises (e.g. “Core” has Pilates bicycles, “Firm” includes body-sculpting planks). Most other sections are familiar yoga poses chosen and sequenced to achieve a specific goal. They range from “Burn” and “Cleanse” to “Chill” and “Sleep.” DVD also includes three longer premixes that combine two or three segments. Indian-style music and imagery (e.g. Hindu goddess statues). Comes in a small cardboard sleeve.
The chakra system represents the complete spectrum of the human experience. Through Kundalini Yoga's special blend of breathing, movement, stretching, meditation, and chanting, you'll shine like the sun!
Mercoled 27 aprile, il concerto di Francesco Bearzatti con una "Special Edition" del Tinissima Quartet che oltre allo stesso Bearzatti al sax tenore e clarinetto, vedr sul palco: Giovanni Falzone, tromba, Danilo Gallo, contrabbasso, Zeno De Rossi, batteria e ospiti speciali, Mauro Ottolini, trombone e Enrico Terragnoli, chitarra. Tinissima non un classico quartetto jazz (almeno per me) ma una vera band, una "combact band" consacrata alle biografie musicali di personaggi che si sono battuti per gli ultimi, per gli emarginati, per i "non aventi diritto".
Live in Boston is a live album by British blues-rock band Fleetwood Mac. It was recorded over three nights at the Boston Tea Party venue in Boston, between February 5 and February 7, 1970. The recordings were made for a proposed live album, which was to have been released during 1970 but the project was shelved and the tapes remained unreleased until Shanghai Records issued seven songs from the performances as Live in Boston in February 1985. The album was reissued a few months later as "Jumping at Shadows" by Varrick Records and was re-released again in 1989 as "Boston Live" by Castle Communications…