I purchased these set of flash cards years ago and absolutely love them! The card deck comes with a little handbook that covers what yoga is and the many types, the benefits of yoga and the effects on the body’s systems such as the reproductive, digestive/excretory, respiratory, psychological and nervous system etc.
The cards are designed with the image of the posture on the front and cues on how to get into the yoga pose. The back explains the duration one should hold the pose when starting out and includes instructions to increase your ability. In addition, it communicates variations, guidelines, important notes and the benefits for each pose.
Lastly the authors of these cards included programs to take the guess work out. You will find sequences for different yoga levels along with programs for the back, neck and shoulder release, flexibility, strength, and stress release.
Side note: I usually pick out a variety of seated poses, standing poses and balancing poses and begin my personally designed program. It truly is an easy way to learn yoga if you’re not comfortable taking a group class. Note, if that is the case for you, I teach one on one private yoga designed to meet your needs.
Remember yoga is not about self-improvement, it’s about self-acceptance. So where-ever you are know this–the Devine in me sees the Devine in you. *Namaste*
Source: Yoga Cards by Tim Clark & Loretta McArthur