A mid-afternoon latte isn’t the only way to re-charge at work. "Yoga for Suits" provides more than 33 exhilarating alternatives So free those scrunched up shoulders, unfrazzle that frizzled brain, and go from fuzzy to focused. Edward Vilga, a certified yoga teacher and private trainer to many high-powered New Yorkers, explains how. In "Yoga for Suits," Vilga has assembled a terrific collection of yoga stretches and breathing exercises. The ones he has chosen here have several distinct "pluses": They can be done in business attire-in the typical office or cubicle-without yoga props. They aren’t sweat-inducing, so no need for a post-session shower. They can be done by almost anyone. Vilga includes suggested modifications for the less flexible. They work fast, elevating mood while lowering blood pressure and heart rate. Just a few of these poses can make a big difference in attitude and energy levels. Vilga explains how to do each pose step-by-step, and accompanies his directions with beautiful, full-color photographs. The photos make the yoga moves easy to learn, and the book’s "lay-flat" binding makes the book especially easy to use. "Yoga for Suits" is a great way to revitalize. It provides needed zip almost as quickly as a cup of java, but without the inevitable post-caffeine energy plunge.