Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Yoga For Beginners II |
Yoga Journal's Yoga Basics
Genres: Exercise & Fitness
Includes 5&ndsh;part workout. Special DVD edition includes many extras including a fold&ndsh;out pose guide,exclusive,in&ndsh;depth interview with Patricia Walden,menus that let you jump right into workouts,and a bonus 30&... more »
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A good start...
anthrogirl | Pennsylvania | 10/26/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This DVD is a good start for anyone who has absolutely NO experience with Yoga. It is easy to use, the pace is slow for those who need it, and it includes a fairly good number of exercises for the beginner to practice. However, I thought it would be a good supplement to my regular classes, but found that I quickly outgrew it."
Very good for a beginner like me!
A reader | Coconut Creek, FL USA | 08/23/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I became interested in trying Yoga after realizing that stretching was the most enjoyable part of my workout program. I had never done yoga prior to watching this video. I felt very relaxed after doing the poses and watching the video. I skipped the props and used a pillow instead of the bolster. Make sure you have an open space and there is view from a wall to your tv because there are a lot of wall poses. The twisting was confusing because it's hard to focus on the moves and all of the direction involved, but overall I think I will get it with practice!"
A Huge Disappointment
Sally Atman | Redondo Beach, CA United States | 09/30/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I wore out my antique tape version of the first Yoga For Beginners, but this follow-up went into the recycling bin. First, I don't want (or expect) advertising at the beginning of any kind of workout DVD. Second, there's too much Pretty Stuff and not enough solid instruction. Third, the poses are mostly floor asanas, and not ones I would have chosen for a gentle beginner's DVD. There are better DVDs out there. Don't waste your money."