Wai Lana's Little Yogis, Vol. 1
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The DVD idea is great, because it allows to just pick out poses, but dividing what was on the VHS into 2 DVDs makes it inconvenient and costly. It should all be on one DVD.
However, and much more importantly, my 4-year old son really enjoyed it. He was very into watching the children do the poses, and seemed to be tuning out Wai Lana's voice since he never responded to her questions or comments, he was just focused on the poses. Even his brother got down and started doing some of the poses, and that was a first. He has run thru the disc several times on his own, and also had fun deciding the order in which he wanted to do the poses (a feature on the DVD, not sure if it's on the VHS if there is one).
I would recommend this DVD for a younger child just learning yoga.
Making it interesting for kids every yoga pose starts with a little song and animation which are very cute and my son loves to sing along. The children follow Wai Lana into the pose and it's all filmed on very scenic grassy beaches beside the ocean.
When my 3 yr old first started watching this video he would just sit on the couch fascinated, but now he actually gets into the poses (well his attempt anyhow!).
I do yoga at home with the Wai Lana exercise tapes every morning and he loves to try beside me, on his Little Yogi's mat.
Great fun and pleasingly educational.
Anything that encourages a lifetime of exercise and caring about your body is good in my eyes. My son just turned 3 and is not as interested in it yet, but I think he will be soon.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We do yoga in special ed. class. I do not care for it but the kids love it. I bought it for my grandkids, the four yr old loves it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
My daughter loves doing Wai Lana's Yoga, At first, I thought Wai Lana was a little scary, weird make up and strange voice, but I'm over it.Published on May 21, 2011 by T. K.
I purchased these DVDs for my two year old son after he repeatedly requested the library copies. He is not ready for the yoga DVD, but enjoys the second DVD, which he calls... Read morePublished on November 17, 2010 by Angharad de Johnstone
I agree with other reviewers that the teacher's voice is a little weird, but the animations are great and the poses are kid friendly. Read morePublished on April 8, 2009 by liquid_glass
the woman in the narratin (no offense)
her voice is just horrible-
my kids cant stand it!