Bryan Kest Power Yoga Complete Collection
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Get in shape like the stars with Bryan Kest, one of the most popular yoga instructors in Hollywood. His lessons introduce beginners to the energizing, strengthening, slimming, and detoxifying benefits of Power Yoga and gradually rise to intermediate and advanced levels of difficulty. Learn the power of proper breathing, improve strength, stamina and flexibility with challenging yet encouraging instruction. As Bryan Kest says, "If you're doing the best you can, you're doing this class perfectly."]]>
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Post Script: After viewing dozens of other power yoga DVDs I have to say this is the best one. So kudos to Bryan Kest. One more positive point: Unlike some of my yoga DVDs, this one, to its credit, does not require blocks, belts, chairs, etc. All you need is a mat. I hate yoga workouts where they don't warn you that you'll need a bunch of equipment. Suddenly the instructor is sitting in front of you with blocks or a belt. Happily, Kest's workout is streamlined and doesn't surprise you with sudden equipment requirements.
If, and I mean IF you're experienced with yoga. This is not a beginer's set of videos. I wanted to try some yoga that was more powerful and advanced than the Yoga journal's AM PM yoga tapes. I didn't really consider myself a slouch at it, but my goodness! I got the Bryan Kest - Power Yoga set for myself for christmas. Yoga that involves pushups! Had me panting and sweating heavily, and that's the first tape..but dispite the fact I didn't keep up with the class of Gumby like perfect people I felt like I got a good workout and it woke me up.
It's impossible to watch the tv and follow along with the tape, so you -have- to know all the asana's before you start so you can just listen and follow. It's a good work out, but let me repeat, this is NOT for anyone just starting out, or anyone that gets discouraged by the perfect people in the class. Good luck! and keep with it!
I borrowed these workouts from my library and jumped right in with #3 - Sweat. Fortunately, as I say, I am really flexible, and I've done enough yoga to be familiar with the breathing and the poses. I made it through #3, didn't sweat much, but I sure loosened up! I was able to hold and maintain most of the poses, although I defintely have some work to do on some of them. I did #2 Tone a few days later, and in some ways I found that a little more difficult. I think because of all the standing poses which are held for quite a while. I haven't tried #1 yet.
What I like about these workouts are that Bryan DOES give constant instruction! (I see this fact has been debated in other reviews.) Because of my basic knowledge of yoga poses, I was able to do the whole workout without looking at the TV except for occassional glances just to check my form. If you really LISTEN to his instruction and follow them, anyone should be able to assume the pose. (Okay, beginngers may need to take a few peeks at the TV to make sure they've got it right!Read more ›
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Bryan is one of the leading yoga instructors of our time, and although this DVD is dated, it remains my top favorite. Read morePublished 1 day ago by JessMarieS
This is not the original DVD it's a copy it does not work I would give it 0 star and not recommend buying it if you like Bryan kest power yoga I suggest buying it elsewhere and not... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Asha S.
I've been doing these since they first came out in the 90's. Still relevant and still make me feel amazing. As good as any yoga class i've taken. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Elizabeth Weingart
If you want to stretch in a very zen environment then this yoga dvd is for you. I felt the stretch and the effects of the exercises. Read morePublished 11 days ago by tbyrd
Simply the best Power Yoga video series there is. Yes Kest can be over the top and going shirtless under an open leather jacket is an interesting choice, but this is really good... Read morePublished 14 days ago by AnthonyColeman
Had this on VHS and loved it then! Nice addition to my workouts. Hard enough to be challenging but not too hard enough. Pic quality is not the best, but neither was the VHS. :)Published 16 days ago by TheDivaCloe
I have practiced yoga on and off for several years, and recently started a home yoga practice. I got several yoga DVDs, and this was one of them. I love it! Read morePublished 18 days ago by M. Dobbs
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|Yoga for someone who is new and has done P90x Yoga?||
i've done the p90x yoga and I recommend bryan kest's power yoga series (you can get 1, 2, and 3 on 1 dvd). i actually prefer kest to tony horton's yoga mainly because it flows better and the classes seem better thought out. tony seems to try to get everything in to that one routine and he does a... Read More
Sep 21, 2009 by David A. Montalvo | See all 3 posts
I believe what you were experiencing was your third eye shakra, opening up.
Jul 15, 2014 by april scoty | See all 2 posts
|How does this compare to DDP Yoga?||
this is the ticket. I have been doing DDP for 6 months now. Just started this last weekend and I am sore! Haven't felt sore from yoga in a while! These workouts are the real deal.
Jul 15, 2014 by april scoty | See all 2 posts
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