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Beginners' Yoga Class Better Than Going It Alone

The best way to learn yoga is in a beginners' class, yoga experts say. If you try to teach yourself at home, with a book or videotape, you risk injuring yourself if you get the postures wrong. Look for a class with no more than 15 students, so the instructor can keep a close eye on each person in the class.