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PROs & CONs
on October 11, 2013
-Has 5 different 20 minute practices.
-Each practice has a specific focus: standing poses, twists, backbends, foreward bends, and hip openers.
-The practices are great for beginner/advanced beginner and intermediate yogis. The poses can be modified for different fitness levels.
-Each practice is well-rounded with thorough warm up time and shavasana/meditation at the end of each practice.
-The flow from one pose to the next is very well choreographed with little in between pose movement.
-The music is PERFECT! This yoga DVD has the most relaxing and inspiring music I have heard on a yoga DVD.
-The setting is stunning. The atmosphere of the wide open desert is breathtaking, awe-inspiring and the perfect thing to wake up to! I feel so inspired doing yoga with this scenery, I feel like I am there in the wide open spaces.
-Rodney Yee gives excellent and highly detailed direction.
-I have had this DVD for about a year and I still use it nearly everyday. I don't always use it in the morning, the practices are good for any time of day. The point is I love it so much I am STILL not tired of it! I have a whole stack of yoga DVDs and this is one that I continue to use very frequently while others just collect dust.
-Rodney gives excellent guided meditations at the end of each practice. Each meditation is different and relates to the specific practice.
-Sometimes Rodney's instructions are so detailed that I am not sure what he means. How do I "release my muscles away from the bone"? Not sure what he means by that.