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Maha Sadhana: The Great Practice presents the jewels of wisdom from Sri Dharma Mittra's more than 50 years of yoga practice an extraordinary life dedicated to self-realization. Maha Sadhana Level I is designed for all able-bodied yoga students, even beginners, and covers asana, pranayama and meditation to create a strong foundation for success on the path of yoga.
Highlights from the DVD include:
Nevertheless, it's pretty to look at it and it made him famous and this DVD offers excellent instruction.
This video is a perfect way to start your Yoga practice - the postures and the physical practice are great, and the spiritual discourses are absolutely amazing.
This will not bother you if you are on the floor DOING the sequence, as you will not even be looking at the screen.
The BEST! I really like Dharma Mittra. His explanations are clear, his tone of voice is easy to listen to, and his accent is adorable. Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. F. Enright
I love this DVD. Dharma is a beautiful teacher and this DVD offers so much.Published 4 months ago by yogigrrl72
I love Dharma's teachings, and since I don't live in NYC, this is the next best thing, especially in my baby's first months, when my body really needs yoga, but I can't always make... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kristi Martel
Dharma Mittra made this easy to follow and beautifully done, I highly recommend this for beginning yogi's. I don't know why I have to write 3 more required words... Read morePublished 16 months ago by sri24fan
This video is a perfect way to start your Yoga practice - the postures and the physical practice are great, and the spiritual discourses are absolutely amazing.Published on April 11, 2008 by Juliana Sanfelici
Dharma Mittra has an engaging manner, and is a serious (and, of course, highly esteemed) yogi. In the practices I've done so far, though, there's too much repetition for me . . . Read morePublished on January 19, 2008 by F. Thomas