Chapter 13: Mind-body Exercise

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Chapter 13: Mind-body Exercise quiz
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Question 1

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Which form of mind-body exercise is BEST described as a form of moving meditation?
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  • Nia
  • Yoga
  • Tai chi
  • Pilates

Question 2

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Which type of yoga program is BEST suited for individuals who are new to yoga? a. b. c. d.
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  • Restorative yoga
  • Integral yoga
  • Bikram yoga
  • Ashtanga yoga

Question 3

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Which type of yoga is also known as “power yoga”?
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  • Anusara yoga
  • Ashtanga yoga
  • Viniyoga
  • Kripalu yoga

Question 4

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Which term, also the name of a type of yoga, is synonymous with “serpent power,” or the coiled-up energy contained in the body?
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  • Bikram
  • Kundalini
  • Kripalu
  • Anusara

Question 5

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Which form of tai chi is the most practiced in the West today?
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  • Original Chen style
  • Chang style
  • Yang style
  • Wu style

Question 6

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An older adult client who is interested in trying mind-body exercise has decided that taichi might be the best fit for her needs and abilities. Which form of tai chi would yourecommend?
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  • Original Chen style
  • Chang style
  • Wu style
  • Sun style

Question 7

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Which contemporary form of mind-body exercise involves floor work and as well as work done on a machine called a reformer?
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  • Nia
  • Pilates
  • Alexander Technique
  • Feldenkrais Method

Question 8

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Which contemporary form of mind-body exercise includes a moderate-level aerobic component that fosters spontaneity?
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  • Nia
  • Pilates
  • Alexander Technique
  • Feldenkrais Method

Question 9

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One of the means of objectively assessing the success of a mind-body exercise program is to record baseline and serial blood-pressure measurements.
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  • True
  • False

Question 10

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_______________ is the practice of voluntary breath control, consisting of conscious inhalation, retention, and exhalation.
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  • Asana
  • Sivananda
  • Viniyoga
  • Pranayama
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