[ivie] Interview on ACB radio from the authors of Yoga for the Blind
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Tue Mar 9 16:15:09 GMT 2010
Thanks for the information. I hope you are doing well. Keep up the
Robert "Barry" Shaw, Jr.
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Subject: [ivie] Interview on ACB radio from the authors of Yoga for the
Hi all, I've been asked to share the following info:
Debbie Hazelton interviewed Gretchen and Marty about their blind yoga cd
series last week. It's going to be aired tomorrow evening, Tuesday at 8 pm
Eastern on ACB radio mainstream. It's a one hour show and should be
informative to those who tune in.
Here is more info about their cds.
Get Healthy With Yoga
Beginning Yoga for the Blind and Visually Impaired is a dynamic,
inspiring five CD set produced by Gretchen Hein, a certified Kripalu yoga
instructor and Marty Klein, a blind author and workshop facilitator. The
goal of the series is to Help blind and visually impaired folks use yoga to
reclaim and sustain strong, flexible bodies as well as help encourage
students to find a yoga class in their local communities that will be
suitable for them.
The packaging has bold, dark lettering with a contrasting
background so folks with low vision can read it. Each CD is numbered with
as well. Gretchen's descriptions of yoga postures are detailed and focused
specifically for blind students while Marty's comments and insights as a
man make for an informative and enjoyable learning experience. Each CD has
many different tracks to make future programming possible by combining
yoga postures. There are specific tracks on CD #5 to inform prospective yoga
teachers how to be thoughtful toward a blind student. Students are
to give this CD to a teacher for their listening before joining a local
The cost of the five CD package is $43.
For inspirational speaking, business coaching, or writing:
Ask about Yoga cd package especially for blind and visually impaired
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