Yogalosphy Is Good For The Body
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MIAMI (CBS4) – If you love Jennifer Aniston, you would probably agree that she is the girl next door. Her fans love her movies as well as her TV show, and there’s no secret that many have envied her hair, and of course, that body.
However, Aniston hasn’t kept figure trim and slim by herself. She can thank yoga instructor, and long-time friend, Mandy Ingber for that.
“Jennifer sort of embodies yoga, she embodies balance and positive attitude,” said Ingber.
In May, Ingber stopped by Books and Books in Bal Harbour to sign copies of her new book Yogalosophy which was inspired by Aniston.
“Everyone wants to know what Jennifer Aniston is doing that is different,” said Ingber. “Sometimes when we think about losing 20 pounds, that’s a really lofty goal and we don’t stick to it because it seems far away.”
Ingber created a 28-day program to help those who had a hard time sticking to their own weight loss plan. Throughout the program, each day has a new goal which is feasible enough to get you results within that month.
“Each day has a daily yoga pose, a daily cardio activity, a daily journal question and daily recipes so it’s an all-encompassing program,” said Ingber.
Yogalopshy has 13 different moves that help with strengthening the body but for Aniston and Ingber, the most important thing is that it strengthens the mind too.
“I think women can be very hard on themselves and on their bodies. This is the message that she and I really want to put out to women, to love themselves and take care of themselves,” said Ingber.
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