Instructor: Marce Ferreira
First published: August 2021
Latest revision: August 2021
Video: 12 minutes (3 videos)
Summary: more details
Product contents: preview here
Readability: device support
Formats: pdf (book), mp4 (videos)
Delivery methods: download and streaming
Price: US$ 0 or more if you want.
What Is this Support Guide about?
To perform Reusi Dat Ton (Thai Yoga) self-stretching and self-massage exercises correctly and safely, we offer you this free training support guide with info about precautions, contraindications, breathing techniques, warming-up and cooling-down exercises, and much more.
Support Guide Contents
This product contains one eBook (pdf) and three videos (mp4) with Thai Yoga Sitting Positions, Warming-Up exercises, and Cooling-down exercises.
Table of Contents of the eBook
How Do You Receive this Product?
We work with Gumroad, a reputable and established digital downloads service provider and payment processor. You can immediately download the book (pdf) and videos (mp4). Videos can also be streamed. Additionally, we send you an email with a link to the product so that you can access it anytime you’d like to.
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Nonetheless, our eBooks and videos can be easily downloaded and read or viewed on all common devices, such as desktop computers, laptops, notebooks, smartphones, and tablets, without needing to use the Gumroad App.
Our eBooks can also be read instantly online with our online reader, and with eReader devices, including the Kindle eReader. Our MP4 videos can be downloaded and viewed in any appropriate media player, or instantly streamed online with our online viewer.
All regular Operating Systems (OS) are supported, such as MS Windows, Apple Mac OS, and Google Android.
PDF files can be read on smartphones, desktop computers, laptops, notebooks, tablets, and eReaders. EPUB files are suitable for all generic eReader devices and eReader smartphone apps. The MOBI file format is likewise supported by many eReaders, but was specifically designed for the Kindle eReader.
Depending on the screen size and apps available or downloaded on your device, either PDF, EPUB or MOBI will be best. MP4 video formats are widely supported by computers and smartphones, and by many other devices.
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