Rodney Yee's Core Centered Yoga
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Lower Balance (15 minutes)
Rodney introduces the concept of opposition, explaining how a slight rotation in the legs can help you get more benefit from yoga poses.
Back Balance (7 minutes)
Rodney uses the opposing actions of arching and rounding the back to find better balance and relieve back pain.
Internal Balance (7 minutes)
Using several different poses and twists, Rodney shows how to maintain internal equilibrium.
Bending Balance (8minutes)
Alternating between opening the chest and back, Rodney demonstrates how to achieve better posture and body alignment.
Restorative Balance (8minutes)
In this section, Rodney teaches the opposition of relaxing the body while keeping the mind alert.
Life Balance Meditation (5 minutes) Rodney uses the opposing forces of grounding and lifting to bring hectic lives into balance.
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more of a how to do it better than workout dvd, which disappointed me because I really like his other ones.Published 3 months ago by Sheri DeCasper
I learned from this DVD why yoga has been working so well for me, both physically and mentally. Rodney uses the concept of inward and outward rotations and opposing movements to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Carol S.
Can't get through any of them yet but I'm building strength and will eventually.Published 9 months ago by Martcl
This DVD is a workshop - not a yoga practice. It's good to watch every once in awhile to better your own practice.Published 10 months ago by Joy
More like a lecture. Not a workout. Five segments of lectures and poses. I wish I could get my money back.Published 15 months ago by Nina
If you are new to or thinking about starting a yoga practice, try this one. Otherwise, I'd say skip it. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Maria
I had a back injury involving my discs and struggled with proper ways to stretch my back out properly and realign myself without causing myself too much pain. Read morePublished on November 18, 2013 by Brian Maas