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This was a nice yoga workout
This was a nice yoga workout. I felt like the sequence of movement was predictable enough that you didn’t have to keep looking up to check what the instructors were doing, and that the instructions were easy to understand. I liked the pace of this workout too. For an hour long workout, there was enough going on to keep your interest, but not so much that you were exhausted after 30 minutes (like Jillian Michael’s Yoga Meltdown!). This is a great way to really enjoy yoga for both relaxation and a good workout. I feel so calm and energized after completing this in the morning!
Just like being in a class!
Each episode in this series runs just like an actual yoga class – each is about an hour, and moves through a vinyasa style practice using the breath to move between poses, finishing with shavasana. I used to regularly attend vinyasa classes at a yoga studio, and the videos presented here remind me very much of those classes. Three levels are clearly demonstrated – beginner, intermediate, and advanced – and the practice flows at a good pace. It might be a challenging video for people unfamiliar with vinyasa pacing and the flow between poses, but this has become one of my favorite videos, as attending classes at an actual studio is not in our current budget! Many yoga videos tend to be broken up into 10-20 minute segments, which is helpful if you are short on time or want to create your own practice, but sometimes I just want someone to lead me through a session from start to finish, and this series fills that niche perfectly.
Perfect Style, Tone and Workout for me-a beginner
I started yoga the day Trump was inaugurated and have done it daily since, watching the various Amazon beginner videos. This is by far my favorite. I really like having three levels of people to observe and choose what works best for me. I like the calm, soothing narrative and that the practice is never interrupted by extraneous narrative. I found almost all of it accessible (I definitely don’t have balance down to do some of the stretches in the fourth part). I very much appreciated this and if there anyone knows of other available videos from Anne Phyfe Palmer’s 8 Limbs Yoga Center I would love to know how to access them.
Great for beginners to Yoga.
WOW! I was looking for something that would be beginner friendly. This hit the mark perfectly. The three individuals in the video adjust their poses from beginner to advanced and that visual helped me determine the best position for myself. The voice of the narrator was not annoying and the pace was good. I like that she kept reminding to breathe and even had you breathe between each movement of the pose. Very helpful and relaxing. This was a great workout that was pretty meditative as well.
Challenging but doable! For beginner and pro.
A challenging workout for beginner and experienced. Three people demonstrate three levels in the video; an easier alternative for beginners, an intermediate, and a pro level for each move. You can choose your comfort level. For the beginner, there may be a few areas where it moves quickly, but you can easily learn it after a few times. I like that there are four sessions so you can alternate each time and not get bored.
These work well for me!
This is a pretty good yoga video/workout. I love that it is a full length class and not 20 minutes only like a lot of yoga videos. I’ve been practicing at an intermediate level for the past 15 years and I find the 4 videos to have a good range of poses. In my opinion, the order of difficulty from easiest to most difficult is: Basic, Core, Vinyasa, Strength.
Great for someone looking for some strength & stretching to add into exercise rotation
This is exactly what I was looking for — a set of yoga videos I can do at home that are both stretching and strengthening. I usually do these on days when I don’t feel like a super intense workout but still want some movement and strength. I love that there are four different videos of varying levels– I love the core and strength ones and do the basic one when i’m feeling exhausted (or lazy!) i want a gentler exercise. Overall I think this is a great set of videos for someone who is looking for a yoga workout that’s a bit of a challenge, but not as intense as other kinds of exercise.