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From inspiration to practical poses, these books dedicated to teaching poses for plus bodies will inspire you to try something new to build your core and calm your mind.


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Big Gal Yoga: Poses and Practices to Celebrate Your Body and Empower Your Life

Social media star Valerie Sagun is a powerful voice in the body positive movement. With more than 100,000 avid followers on Instagram and a constant stream of highly engaged traffic on her website, fans adore Valerie for her fearless acceptance of her beautiful body, her encouragement of self-love, and her phenomenal yoga skills.

Plus Yoga Style: Check out Torrid

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Every Body Yoga: Let Go of Fear, Get On the Mat, Love Your Body

Jessamyn Stanley, a yogi who breaks all the stereotypes, has built a life as an internationally recognized yoga teacher and award-winning Instagram star by combining a deep understanding for yoga with a willingness to share her personal struggles in a way that touches everyone who comes to know her. Now she brings her body-positive, emotionally uplifting approach to yoga in a book that will help every reader discover the power of yoga and how to weave it seamlessly into his or her life.

Plus Yoga Style: Check out Lane Bryant

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MegaYoga: The First Yoga Program for Curvy Women

A practical introduction to yoga for the plus-sized woman introduces a series of specialized poses, simple props, and encouragement to help large women achieve the physical and spiritual benefits of yoga, with clear, step-by-step instructions, full-color photography, and specially modified routines. Original.

Plus Yoga Style: Check Out Fabletics

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Yoga for Everyone: 50 Poses For Every Type of Body

For years, yoga books have asked readers to bend over backward (literally!) to conform to their physical demands. It’s time for the opposite–for readers to demand that yoga conforms to their individual needs. It’s time for a yoga book to reflect the broader population who would benefit from a yoga practice geared toward them.

Plus Yoga Style: Check Out Juno Active

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