Yoga For Every Body

Yoga For Every Body

Body & Soul Magazine “Best Buy…will revolutionize your home yoga practice… Finally, an at-home yoga series customized to suit your needs!”

realage.com “Editor’s Pick…Yoga for Every Body is an easy-to-follow DVD with lots of routines. It will teach you how to stretch, relax, really breathe… ”

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Body & Soul Magazine “Best Buy…will revolutionize your home yoga practice… Finally, an at-home yoga series customized to suit your nee

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A.M. Yoga for Your Week

  • DVD INCLUDES:Five 20-minute focused morning routinesWorkout appropriate for all skill levelsDaily variety for your yoga practiceBONUS! Daily deep breathing & meditation guide Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: HEALTH/FITNESS Rating: NR Age: 018713528995 UPC: 018713528995 Manufacturer No: 05-52899

DVD INCLUDES
Five 20-minute focused morning routines
Workout appropriate for all skill levels
Daily variety for your yoga practice
BONUS! Daily deep breathing & meditation guide

WAKE UP TO YOGA
Because of our natural rhythms, daybreak is the perfect time to open our bodies and center our minds. Let Rodney Yee be your daily guide through these five 20-minute morning practices. Each workout focuses on a specific area to loosen your muscles, relax your mind and energize yo

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  1. Colorado reader & parent says:
    284 of 285 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Selection of Workouts, Great Value, March 21, 2004
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    Colorado reader & parent (Colorado Springs, CO) –

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    This review is from: Yoga For Every Body (DVD)

    I have a few Yoga VCR tapes. This is my first DVD. I am pleased that it makes good use of options DVD provides – the ability to provide menus and skip forwards and backward easily.

    There are several workouts for beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels. Within each of these categories, there are further selections for long and short workouts that are either general practices or have specific goals (body areas, aches & pains, etc).

    I have not done an advanced workout yet. I was pleased that in an intermediate workout there were 2 poses I have not seen before on a tape or in a class. The poses were clearly explained and it was easy to follow the tape. The instructor, JJ, often shows or tells you about different ways you can modify poses to suit your body’s ability (or inability!).

    I have a 2 year old. I absolutely love that there are so many workouts to choose from that I can always find one to fit in the free time I have while she naps, or early in the morning, or while she’s playing with Dad. No more saying, ‘Well, guess I have to do it tomorrow’ just becuase I don’t have an hour free to complete one of my tapes. Sure, I know, I could just make my own workout up, but it just doesn’t happen.

    Some reviews complain about the black screen between poses – that it is disruptive and not conducive to flow. I don’t have a problem with it. The first time you do a workout you will notice it. The second time through, you begin to see ways to connnect the poses on your own – for example – pose one might end in downward facing dog pose, and pose 2 begins with it – so you just hold it an extra second. In general, holding the end of a pose until the next one begins seems to work OK.

    It seems that on the shortest workouts this doesn’t always hold true – they don’t always flow well. BUT – you have plenty of time to recover and get into position. If flow is what you are after, then you will be disgruntled, but otherwise there isn’t a problem.

    I suggest watching the brief segment on technique review. She clearly explains the different body parts and alignment cues she mentions. I found it very helpful.

    The teacher’s style is very relaxed and straightforward. I do not like overly flowery and spiritual delivery – I always feel like that should be up to the student. I found JJ’s style to be perfect for me.

    In all – this is a great DVD and I recommend it to anyone looking for a good variety of quality workouts. The instruction is clear enough for beginners, the workouts challenging enough for at least intermediate students. I’m not advanced, so I can’t speak for them!

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  2. "aprilove415" says:
    152 of 155 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A nice dvd to learn and grow with, April 21, 2003
    This review is from: Yoga For Every Body (DVD)

    I am a beginner in the wide world of yoga. I took a class this semester with an instructor who really views yoga as a way of life, and his gentle approach got me hooked. Up until now I’ve been sticking with supplementing the class with the Living Arts AM & PM yoga set which is fantastic, but when the class started I wanted to get something longer to sort of replace it. I chose this and could not have done better.

    The dvd is divided by levels and times, so there is ample oportunity for plenty of variety. I love the instructor encouraging and understanding manner “Go as far as your legs want to go today” etc. They also show modifications with props if you are less flexible.

    Understand that the way the variety is created is each pose or series is put on the dvd as a separate chapter and then when you chose a routine you get a preprogramed set of poses&series, so it is not a set of individually created workouts but rather different mixtures from a common bag. However there are enough poses there that it does not feel repetitive.

    All in all if you were to purchase one yoga dvd, I would highly recommend this one.

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  3. Anonymous says:
    50 of 50 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A great way to learn yoga, March 27, 2003
    By A Customer
    This review is from: Yoga For Every Body (DVD)

    Thank you JJ Gormley for a wonderful yoga product! I can’t get to classes very often and have missed the details and insight that come from a true yogi. These workouts don’t just take you through a series of poses, they break it all down and explain what you’re doing and should be doing. Yes, it is slower then most, but I like that. I feel like I’m really learning yoga and not just doing it. I also love the variety this dvd gives you – choose your level, choose your purpose, choose the length etc. Before you choose a yoga tape, do some homework on the different types of yoga. If you’re interested in Iyengar style and really want to learn to practice yoga, not just “do” yoga, you will not be disappointed with this dvd.

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  4. library lady says:
    104 of 105 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Rodney Yee still has new insights into yoga, June 12, 2008
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    This review is from: A.M. Yoga for Your Week (DVD)

    This yoga dvd follows Gaiam’s usual formula – beautiful scenery, voice-over instruction, and soothing background music. A new feature is the ability to choose between detailed or minimal audio instruction – very nice once you’ve practiced the routine a few times. The interview with Rodney Yee gives some good insight into his path toward yoga. The best part is the routines themselves. New yoga concepts are presented, not just a re-packaging of the many titles featuring Rodney Yee that you may have seen and practiced. He offers advice during the routines that seems small but makes the poses work so much better.
    The twists segment is my favorite.

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  5. ElastiGirl "Big Reader when I have time" says:
    67 of 67 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    New routines, July 23, 2008
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    We must confess that Rodney Yee is one of our favorite DVD-Yoga-Teachers. This DVD is great for three main reasons: 1) variety of routines = 5, 2) ability to have either detailed instruction or limited instruction, and 3) the routines are NEW. Gaiam has often repackaged routines from their library & so in the past you may have thought you were getting something new to add to your dvd library and you were actually getting something you already had. Very pleased with the purchase.

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  6. L. Starling says:
    75 of 76 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Right Sequences for Each Day, July 15, 2008
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    L. Starling (Northern Virginia) –

    This review is from: A.M. Yoga for Your Week (DVD)

    In this DVD, you can do a different sequence each day of the week. As I interpret the default order of the choices, they are just right for the five-day workweek: standing poses to get your motor runnin’ first thing Monday morning; backbends on Wednesday (over-the-hump-day) to counteract the effects of slumping over the computer; hip-openers on Friday to open you up after a week of being chair-bound. The twists (Tuesday) and forward bends (Thursday) are delightful additions and could be done interchangeably. Take advantage of extra time on the weekends to do more than one of the sequences.

    On days that I prefer a more well-rounded morning practice, I do the A.M. portion of the Yee/Walden A.M./P.M. Yoga for beginners CD, then follow it up with a more targeted sequence from Yee’s A.M. Yoga for Your Week. That combination loosens me up and primes me for a more challenging workout later in the day, whether it be yoga, pilates, kickboxing, hiking, whatever.

    Oh, and the cinematography is as breathtaking as the music is enchanting. A delightful experience!

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