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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Hinduism
yogayo‧ga /ˈjəʊɡə $ ˈjoʊɡə/ noun [uncountable]  1 yoga.jpg RRHa system of exercises that help you control your mind and body in order to relax2 RRHa Hindu philosophy in which you learn exercises to control your mind and body in order to try to become closer to God
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yogaHe claims that adopting certain Buddhist practices and yoga techniques has helped him find peace of mind.And yoga, they argue, can contribute to a healthy and more successful life.The center also offers tap and ballroom dance classes, yoga and Chairobics, which is a low-impact exercise program.And the General Household Survey in Britain informs us that 3 million women now participate regularly in keep-fit, yoga and aerobics.Strive, therefore, for yoga.He had become involved in meditation, yoga, and natural foods.She recently traded in her punishing daily 6-mile run for a kinder, gentler daily 90-minute yoga session.You and your companion can learn french, practise yoga - or simply have a coffee and a chat.
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