SOURCE: Visual Industries

December 11, 2007 09:45 ET

Visual Industries, Inc.'s (VUAL) Subsidiary Sterling Worldwide Entertainment Releases 2nd Installment in Living Room Yoga Series: "Twist and Bend"

PENNINGTON, NJ--(Marketwire - December 11, 2007) - Visual Industries, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: VUAL), subsidiary Sterling Worldwide Entertainment (SWE), announces the release of its second installment in the Living Room Yoga DVD series, "Twist and Bend," from its Home Entertainment Division. The new DVD will hit shelves in January of 2008.

The Living Room Yoga series is conceived and taught by Eva Barash. Eva created Living Room Yoga in 2000 and has since brought energy and life to her students' bodies, minds, and homes. Eva trained intensively at the Sivananda Ashram in India earning certificates in both basic and advanced teacher training. Subsequently in the US, she completed a year of alignment-based training, and is also certified to teach prenatal and post partum yoga, restorative yoga, and yoga for kids. Additionally, Eva has worked as a doula, supporting women through childbirth.

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"Strengthen and Lengthen," the first Living Room Yoga DVD released through Sterling's Home Entertainment Division has been selling very well on Amazon -- as high as #4 on its top-selling yoga videos -- and in stores across the country.

"Twist and Bend" preorders available at Amazon site

Sterling Worldwide Entertainment's other divisions include Sterling Pictures, Sterling Television, Sterling Theater Group, Sterling Artist Management, and Sterling Home Entertainment,

For further information about this release, contact Rich Kaiser, Investor relations, #800-631-8127 and/or, and

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