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Flow Yoga: Elements of Yoga: Air & Water with Tara Lee


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  • Actors: Tara Lee
  • Format: DVD, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: New Shoot Pictures LLC
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00B0C409Y
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #519 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Editorial Reviews

Tara is an amazing yoga teacher!, Cat Deeley

Air & Water is the second release in Tara Lee's elements of yoga series. This title was created as a more flow based practice, focusing on connecting to the Air & Water elements inside us all. The routines are all about opening up the chest and expansion while linking the fluid movement of the postures to the water element.

The DVD is divided into three 20 minute sequences and can be played in succession or individually. In addition, there are 4 bonus features:
10 minute balancing series
10 minute core workout
10 minute breathing exercise
5 minute relaxation.

Practising these routines will help create space in the body, linking fluid movement with breath as well as open the heart centre.

Here is a trailer for this DVD : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s2aG5ERJP_g

"Tara introduced me to the wonderful world of yoga 10 years ago... I couldn't even touch my toes! I've been hooked ever since. Like every woman, sometimes it's hard to steal, even, thirty minutes for myself, I'm constantly traveling and juggling schedules. But with her yoga DVD even I can find some me time, to focus my mind, reset my body and just breathe!" Cat Deeley

For the Box Set Edition please see Tara Lee - Elements of Yoga Boxset on Amazon.com

Customer Reviews

Good Yoga video.
R Briggs
I guess when it gets tough, you know it's really doing something and that you still have a ways to go.
Sam
Good program for experienced Yoga enthusiasts.
Wizdum

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69 of 70 people found the following review helpful By doctor_beth #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 24, 2013
Format: DVD
NOTE: I received a free copy of this DVD to review for the web site Metapsychology Online Reviews; please see that web site for a more detailed version of my review.

Tara Lee is a London-based yoga instructor who has created the Elements of Yoga series. As she explains in her short introduction to "Air and Water Flow," the purpose here is create more space in the body while moving fluidly. For all practices on this DVD, Lee is outdoors by a river teaching via voiceover. Her only prop is a mat (with the orientation frequently changing from parallel to the viewer to perpendicular due to shifting camera views), although occasionally an inset is shown with modification options. Lee sometimes notes the names of the postures in English, sometimes in Sanskrit, sometimes not at all.

The Main Menu of the DVD offers the following options: Introduction--Play Workout--Practice 1 (22 mins)--Practice 2 (22 mins)--Practice 3 (24 mins)--Savasana (5 mins)--Bonus Features--Music Options. Music Options includes choices for "Music & Instruction" and "Music Only," but no option for "Instruction Only" (a.k.a. a "Music Off" option). The individual practices work as stand-alone sequences, but they can also be combined together for a full routine of just over an hour. I have provided detailed information on each practice below.

PRACTICE 1
This sequence provides a slow, gradual warm-up. Lee spends the first six minutes or so focusing on the breath, including breathing with the hands at the kidneys, ribs, and collarbone as well as practicing breath retention with root lock. This is followed by a long series of simple seated stretches. Coming to all fours, Lee performs moves such as hip circles, modified side plank, and kneeling half moon.
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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By janeivyeyre on December 30, 2013
Format: DVD
Air & Water Flow is the second title in the Elements of Yoga series by London-based instructor Tara Lee. This particular volume focuses on the second chakra and Tara frequently adds gentle fluidity to the poses to encourage more space in the body.

The main practice on this DVD is broken up into three segments:

The first is a relaxing sequence which starts with breath work then progresses into flowing upper body stretches, poses on all fours (cat/cow, hip circles), modified balance poses (side plank/half moon), a few exercises to warm up the shoulders and core (forearm plank and dolphin pose variations) and ends with sphinx/cobra and child's pose.

The second workout is more challenging with chatturangas, sun salutations, and the warrior series.

The last segment continues with a few more chatturangas and sun salutations, then leads into twisting poses, several moderate backbends (bow, bridge), and finally, variations of shoulderstand before ending shavasana and alternate nostril-breathing.

There are several bonuses on the DVD (these are same extras on all of the titles in this series): a breathing practice, also part of Air & Water Flow; a balancing sequence from Earth Foundation; a core workout from Fire Dynamic; and an extended 5-minute shavasana track.

I have practiced yoga for several years (Shiva Rea and Janet Stone being two of my favorite instructors) but I was looking for programs that were a little easier to customize based on my daily energy levels. Tara Lee's series has definitely filled that void and I would highly recommend her DVDs to both beginners and experienced yoga practitioners alike; her cuing is thorough and her demeanor is down-to-earth, encouraging yet soothing. As an added bonus, these practices were filmed at a beautiful outdoor setting in Surrey.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Karin on August 20, 2014
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This is my favorite yoga dvd, and I have many! My past favorites were Rodney Yee's Power Yoga and Flow Yoga, but after turning 60, was looking for something less time-consuming and gentler. I then progressed to Shiva Rea's Daily Energy which I really like because of the different routine options, but was still looking for something which incorporated counter-poses at a gentle pace. Tara Lee's pace is slow enough to allow you to get into position for maximum benefit, and the setting by a river is very calming. Her directions are easy to follow, and her voice is very pleasant. There are three different routines, each about 22 minutes in length, so that you can do one or more depending upon time and energy. After completing her sessions, I feel very calm and stretched. Bonus features - about 10 minutes in length - include core work which really gets deep into the muscles, and the core work setting is in a forest at night lit by three container fires - very inspiring for igniting your core workout!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Allison on September 18, 2014
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This DVD is pretty amazing for those who are a bit more experienced in yoga. I'm in between beginner and intermediate, so I had a little trouble with the more advanced variations. With practice, I know I can do it, but it isn't something that I could just do the first couple of tries. The reason I give it four stars is because I wish Tara would give a little bit more feed back, i.e. you should feel a stretch here, or you need to do this to make sure you are in the correct position. She does sometimes, but as a beginning yogi, I really appreciate the extra help.
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