Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
AM deserves 5 stars, perhaps not PM
Stacey | Canada | 11/07/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Like other folks here have said - for a beginner the PM segment of this DVD is aimed a little higher than most of us can achieve at first. (The first time I tried the PM, I remarked that it would be a happy day for me when I am flexible enough to put my head on or anywhere NEAR my shin in a seated position). That said, I have been doing the AM yoga practice with Rodney Yee for months now, and it is a great introduction for someone who is completely new to yoga. He introduces the poses slowly and it is a gentle workout that will invigorate but not exhaust. There are no times when you should feel you are scrambling to keep up with him, which is not the case with the PM. It's also difficult to do the necessary modified poses if you didn't shell out for a yoga brick, strap, etc. That's another good thing about the AM pose - the belt from a housecoat or something equivalent works just as well for the one equipment assisted pose that's included."
L. Paul | Herkimer, NY United States | 07/02/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I am a yoga beginner and have used the P.M. Yoga (VHS) to improve the quality of my sleep. Patricia Walden is obviously a yoga master so don't expect to perform on her level. Follow along as best you can and the routine will become easier. Eventually you will acquire strength and flexibility. All exercise videos/DVDs are a pain (literally and figuratively) the first three or four times."