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Let's Yoga - Nintendo DS
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- get a 360 degree view of each pose using stylus and touch screen
- Learn up to 80 poses including 20 for sitting at your desk
- Choose from 3 different avatars with unique costume and mats
- Build your program based on your everyday ailments
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Some drawbacks that keep it from being a 5-star game: it does not offer any modifications or easier/harder versions of poses, which almost every student will need for at least a few poses. I can understand why this would be difficult to build into a game like this, but that's one of the reasons that it's best to start with a live teacher. For the short practices, rather than flowing from one pose into the other it always goes back to the starting position - I understand this from a programming perspective as well, but it's still a slight drawback. The only other thing I must mention is that some of the practice titles and descriptions are almost comical, which I can only attribute to it having been translated from the original game in Japanese. What the heck is a "yoggy" anyway? LOL! That said, they still offer asana names in English AND Sanskrit which is pretty helpful and useful.Read more ›
You get to customize your "guide" with a variety of hair styles, outfits, colors and signal shapes. There are numerous ways to then use the software.
Starting with the simple, there are a few chair poses that you can do on the bus, in your office, anywhere! They are great stretches and moves that help you stay limber.
Next there is an area of quick "problem solving" poses, broken up into body, mind and beauty. They are relatively brief 3-5 minute combinations of poses. You choose a topic - for example helping swollen feet, or easing cramps, or fighting stress. The system then provides a series of poses to help you with that issue.
You can even ask for random poses to meet a given criteria (raise flexibility) and see what happens!
One of my favorite parts is the area where you make your own combinations. You can draw from every single part of the yoga library. You can put together a stress-free relaxation set, a high intensity workout, or anything in between.
If you're new to yoga, their poses area goes step by step through each pose. You can zoom in and out on the video, back up, pause. You can get easier ways to do the pose, and tips on how to do it well. They even show which muscles are helped by the pose.
Once you're ready with the basics, there is a multi part class laid out. For each stage of the class you get a lesson and then a series of poses to practice.
There is a wealth of great information here, but there are some down sides. First, the inherent problem is the small DS screen.Read more ›
I love Wii Fit Yoga but Let's Yoga really adds so much more to the Yoga experience. Wii Fit is a pretty good (but small) comprehensive warm up but "Let's Yoga would be like the real class. I would imagine a typical Yoga class might cost somewhere in the range of 10 to 25 dollars for one session. Just about the cost of the Let's Yoga cart. Imagine, you could do Let's Yoga for a few weeks and become familiar with a lot of the Yoga poses. And then when you are ready for an in person classroom instructor, you will not be lost with all the poses.
The Lets Yoga instructor is also pretty good about explaining how to get into the poses. The cart even allows you to stop the session and reposition the instructor to view the pose from different angles. There is even a place in the cart that explains (and shows) all the various Yoga moves on the cart and even offers options for getting into the pose. And unlike the Wii Fit you can even design your own Yoga Workout.
An absolutely terrific exercise cart. And a must have for any traveler when you can't always rely on a gym in the hotel or nearby.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As a beginner I really found this a nice way to introduce myself to yoga. I don't particularly enjoy going to the gym and I especially don't like learning new things in front of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by SRS
I like the options to choose outfits for the chick on the screen, and to choose mats and backgrounds too! Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jacob
The best yoga video game, wish Wii and Wii U had a product that matched htisPublished 11 months ago by c. alfstad
I never did yoga before I got this game.
As a complete beginner, I found it easy, and informative to get acquainted with yoga, and all the poses! Read more
I used to do yoga everyday, following a DVD, however I stopped for about 6 months because I became really busy at work. Read morePublished on March 9, 2011 by C. Burnett
This is good for a beginner yoga person who wants to learn the poses. This will help you if you take a yoga class as it explains the poses and how to hold them. Read morePublished on March 6, 2011 by emifin
This game does a very good job of telling you how to do the poses and learn yoga. The only problem is the simple fact that you cannot see the screen while doing many of the... Read morePublished on October 19, 2010 by Cody Turner
The instructor goes a little fast in the actual session, but they have so many opportunities to break down the steps in practices that you will be fine. Read morePublished on August 19, 2009 by Justin