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Sportskool Launches a New Yoga Video Website – YogaSessions.TV

May 18, 2012

New On-line Sportskool Channel Delivers Largest Selection of Yoga Lessons Available

ANNAPOLIS, Md., May 18, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Sportskool, the U.S.-based sports training and entertainment television network announced the launch of YogaSessions.TV, a new on-line channel dedicated to the millions of daily yoga practitioners. This new channel offers more than 70 video sessions featuring 19 premier instructors. From basic pose techniques and demonstrations to advanced, full-length sessions, yoga enthusiasts of all skill levels can now customize their daily practice to meet their schedule.

YogaSessions.TV features a variety of practices including Iyengar, Flow Yoga, Ashtanga, Vinyassa, Anusara and others taught by some of the leading names in yoga today like Nancy Goodstein, Abby Willis, Ted McDonald, Malachi Melville, Matthew Reyes and Kim Haegele.

“Daily yoga practice is known to provide numerous health benefits, reduce stress and is a terrific asset to any training program,” said Andrew Walworth, Sportskool’s president and CEO of parent company Grace Creek Media. “We wanted to create an easy way for busy people to never miss a session and YogaSessions.TV, available on-line 24/7, is the ultimate personal yoga studio.”

YogaSessions.TV launches May 18, 2012 at http://www.yogasessions.tv

About Sportskool
Sportskool is owned by Grace Creek Media, a production, distribution and media management company. Sportskool On-Demand, the company’s flagship sports instruction and lifestyle channel, is available as a free channel in more than 35 million U.S. households through major television providers including Comcast, Verizon FiOS, Time Warner Cable, Cablevision, Mediacom, Suddenlink, and Insight. Sportskool is also available on OTT television steaming systems including Roku. Grace Creek Media, Inc. is privately held and based in Annapolis, MD. More information is at http://www.gracecreek.com

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