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Day 1: BUILD THE FOUNDATION (20 minutes) Focusing on body alignment and form, this practice serves as the building block and foundation for the rest of the week.
Day 2: ENERGIZE (20 minutes) This practice burns calories while increasing stamina and endurance to leave you energized throughout the week.
Day 3: STRENGTHEN THE CORE (20 minutes) Designed to get you through the mid-week hump by focusing on strength, using your body s core to get centered physically and mentally.
Day 4: CLEAR IT OUT (20 minutes) This practice helps detox the body, resulting in a feeling of lightness and clarity.
Day 5: CALM DOWN (20 minutes) Leave the week s stress behind. A gentle restorative practice relaxes the body and clears the mind, allowing you to recharge for the week ahead.
BONUS DOWNLOADABLE: Rodney s Reflections (10 minutes) a series of meditations from Rodney to inspire you throughout the week
Top Customer Reviews
I might have endorsed a higher rating, but frankly I am a bigger fan of Rodney Yee himself than when he has other instructors featured in some segments. I have never found any of them to have quite the same engaging style or useful tone in terms of clear focus on executing the poses well. So I like Rodney Yee discs for Rodney's yoga - not when he is Ed Sullivan introducing other people's yoga.
I have 4 of his discs and my favorite by far is "A.M. Yoga." Five very nice vinyassa style practices, all 20-minute each which happens to be perfect for me. I know GAIAM is naturally into marketing and trying to come up with new incarnations of Rodney Yee discs, but frankly I would love another disc EXACTLY like "A.M. Yoga." While sequels may not always work in Hollywood, I think it would work with "A.M. Yoga." There are MANY other Rodney Yee discs for people who want something else, but GAIAM should consider another discs of Rodney Yee himself filmed in a beautiful setting doing 20-minute vinyassa practices.
Daily Yoga contains 5 different styles of Yoga (3 of which I can see myself using regularly) and includes;
Day 1: BUILD THE FOUNDATION (Iyengar- 20 minutes)-I gave this 2 stars. Its v-e-r-y slow moving and instructional with Rodney teaching Colleen the basics of the poses and proper alignment in a sterile white studio. It would be fantastic for beginners but I don't see myself using it again.
Day 2: ENERGIZE (Vinyasa-22 minutes) -3.5 Stars. While I really enjoyed this flowing, outdoor workout with Colleen, her dubbed in voice instruction was about a second off of what she was doing, which turned out to be surprisingly frustrating as she was always 1 pose ahead of her voice. If I didn't look at the TV I was fine, but still. Very fast moving flow series with little instruction. Not recommended unless you have knowledge of the basic poses.
Day 3: STRENGTHEN THE CORE (20 minutes) -5 Stars. Loved this one and wished it was longer. Outdoors setting with Rodney. No sun salutations here, most of the exercises are done on your back using leg lifts, Boat Pose, Plank, Locust, Cobblers and Chair. Fast moving, felt this in my "core" for sure.
Day 4: CLEAR IT OUT (Ashtanga-25 minutes) -5 Stars.-Outdoors setting again with Rodney. Wow, once I got into this one it was amazing, definitely worked up a sweat.Read more ›
tabletop & bridge. Third practice is core (18 min.) and has typical Rodney Yee light core exercises with a lot of forward bends. Fourth is Ashtanga (25 min.) and it is mostly sun salutations with the last 10 minutes being most of the standing pose series (triangle, revolved triangle, side angle ,revolved side angle, prasarita, pursvotanasana).
Fifth day is restorative which is more meditative and it's not much of a practice, he does child pose, forward bending in easy crossed legged position and a long shavasana. I didn't understand why the first and last practices weren't filmed in an outdoor set as the rest of the practices, it was kind of a boring and depressing, the outdoor set is o.k but it's not beautiful as the other Rodney Yee DVD's, seems like it was filmed at the driest and least fertile spot of a very beautiful place. Overall , I think it would be good for beginners\low intermediates.
As the title of the DVD suggests, the practices are designed to be performed on different days of the week. Two are shown in a rather bland white room, but the remaining three are featured outdoors. The only props needed are a yoga mat and a strap (for just one practice). I have broken down each of the routines in greater detail below.
DAY 1: BUILD THE FOUNDATION (Iyengar, 25.5 minutes)
This routine is performed indoors, with Yee instructing live while Saidman models the poses. Given this, there is an almost instructional feel to the routine, which begins with a detailed description of mountain pose. From there, Yee leads Saidman into a standing forward bend, child's pose, and down dog. The standing series includes warrior 2 (one side only), triangle, side angle, wide legged forward bend, and warrior 1.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Rodney Yee is such a great instructor. I love this set of 5 different yoga practices each one works on a different area of my body and helps me stay interested in my daily routine. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Handrewalm
I had a previous copy of this DVD that quit working, and it's one of my favorites so I replaced it. It has some excellent short routines on it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by JMMie
Excellent short practices that can be done any day of the week. He is very clear and detailed in his instructions, which makes the poses more effective.Published 5 months ago by Liza
Love Rodney Yee! I have his AM Yoga for the Week and needed to switch it up a little. The Daily Yoga provides some more challenging poses and is more fluid. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Christine Jasinski
I purchased this for a friend because I use it daily. There are 5 different, fairly easy routines. I have used them all but use only one every day. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lynzsg