New Book Helps People Relieve Tight Shoulders with Yoga
May 22, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health NewsHealth experts predict that most adults living in the United States will have some sort of shoulder problem by the time they are 65 years old. In 2003, over 13.7 million people visited a doctor for shoulder problems. Shoulder issues stem from a number of factors including career choice, stress/emotions, injuries, genetics, posture and joint diseases. Fortunately a lot can be done to prevent shoulder problems as well as reduce existing pain and improve flexibility.
To meet this need, Letsdoyoga.com has published "Tight Shoulder Relief" which features over 50 yoga based exercises that relieve tight shoulders, improve flexibility and prevent future problems. Photos of each exercise are provided along with clear, easy to follow instructions. There is also a section on anatomy as well as a description of how shoulders move and why they get so tight.
"Tight Shoulder Relief" is ideal for computer users, massage therapists, dental hygienists, athletes and anyone who carries a lot of stress in their shoulders. This book is a great application of yoga to everyday living and is the only title solely focused on helping people relieve tight shoulders.
"Tight Shoulder Relief" was developed for Letsdoyoga.com by Howard VanEs, M.A. a yoga teacher in the Bay Area of California with 10 years of teaching experience. According to Howard: “ I was inspired to write "Tight Shoulder Relief" because so many students come to class complaining about their shoulder and want to know which postures will help relieve their discomfort. Yoga offers so many wonderful options for helping people - you don’t have to live with tight shoulders.”
Many people who have tight shoulders because they spend so much time on computers. To meet this need for prevention Letsdoyoga.com has also produced a companion book to "Tight Shoulder Relief" entitled: "Office Ergonomics: Preventing Repetitive Motion Injuries and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome".
"Tight Shoulder Relief" is available through Amazon.com or directly through the publisher at www.letsdoyoga.com.