HATHA YOGA: Benefits and Principles for a More Meaningful Practice

@article{Markil2010HATHAYB,
  title={HATHA YOGA: Benefits and Principles for a More Meaningful Practice},
  author={Nina Markil and Christina A. Geithner and Tina M. Penhollow},
  journal={ACSM's Health \& Fitness Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={14},
  pages={19-24}
}
LEARNING OBJECTIVE • To understand Yoga more fully by learning about the eight limbs of Yoga. More specifically, to understand the yamas and niyamas, or ethical principles for living well, enough to be able to incorporate these principles both on and off the mat for a more meaningful practice. 

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