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YOGA CARDS – Premium Visual Study, Sequencing & Practice Guide with Essential Poses, Breathing Exercises & Meditation - #1 Bestselling Flash Cards Deck with Sanskrit Asana Names by WorkoutLabs
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- YOGA'S ESSENTIALS - 47 of yoga's most important poses, 3 breathing exercises, a meditation card and 5 sequences
- DESIGNED FOR GUYS - Poses and sequences for men, beginner to intermediate
- PRACTICE ANYWHERE - Use the deck at home, the park or when traveling!
- EASY TO FOLLOW - Clear posture illustrations with alignment cues and written instructions
- LARGE, CONVENIENT & DURABLE - High quality waterproof plastic 5" x 3.5" cards
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Wouldn't it be great to have a personal yoga instructor guide you through a relaxing and gratifying practice anywhere and anytime you felt like it? Suitable for all ages and experience levels, YOGA CARDS gives you the next best thing in an elegant and convenient deck of waterproof flash cards you will love to use.
A beautifully-designed plastic cards deck, YOGA CARDS is a simple visual practice guide for yoga's essential poses and exercises that you will love using at home, at the park or when traveling. An excellent study and sequence planning tool for yoga teachers, certification students and practitioners alike, YOGA CARDS contains everything you need for a complete, balanced and varied practice:
• 47 of yoga's most important asanas grouped by category
• 3 breathing exercises
• A meditation card
• 5 easy-to-follow sequence cards, plus a "Build your own sequence" template card
Each posture card is professionally illustrated to show correct form, along with alignment cues to ensure correct and safe practice. The pose and breathing exercise cards also include Sanskrit asana name, benefits, written instructions, modifications and relevant medical warnings.
The deck includes 5 easy-to-follow sequences to help you get started:
• Dynamic Warm-up
• Destress & Refresh Yoga
• Firm & Tone Yoga
• Center & Focus Yoga
• Energize & Awaken Yoga
The flashcards are made from high quality, durable and waterproof plastic so they will last for years of yoga practice anywhere anytime. Compared with a yoga poster or book, the portable flash card format offers more versatility and convenience.
Top customer reviews
As I work on sequencing my poses together for classes, these cards make it easy to visualize the flow from one pose to the next. The deck is missing a few poses that I use frequently, but I plan to make my own cards and add it to the deck.
I select the poses I want to try and the sequence, then put on some nice relaxing music, and I can practice yoga in my own home and according to my own schedule. The cards are color coded and grouped to help sequence the poses. And with the cards I can take the time I need for each pose (without a video rushing me through the pose - as with the standing balance, where I like to take my time).
I am a beginner in the practice of yoga and after taking classes for about a year, I began using different yoga videos at home. I don't yet know, or remember all the poses when I am practicing and need a little guidance. Although I have found many good videos, sometimes I want to try a couple of new or different poses. With the cards, I can get enough guidance (each pose has a picture, plus explanations). And at the same time, I can do each pose on my own time.
I have had these for about a month now and I am loving them!
For improvement suggestions, I wish there was a ring attaching them all that you could open/close to remove/add cards. This would be easier than trying to put them all back in the box each time. However, I can easily do that with a hole punch and binder ring myself if it becomes necessary. Also, an expansion pack of blank cards so we could add our own moves as needed. There are some yoga poses missing that I use a lot. I plan to make a template and add my own cards eventually.
Easy to create your own sequence.
Great suggested sequences.
Clear images and most descriptions are easy to follow if you have yoga experience.
Many challenging poses
Typos on some cards.
Many poses and descriptions are too advanced for beginning students. No way you should be doing headstands on your own if you have no yoga experience. Even some of the easier poses are dangerous if you don't know how to do them.
Many cards do not list modifications or substitutions. Again- beginners wont know what to do if a pose is too difficult.
I want more cards! Maybe an extension pack?
Overall I love these cards and they help guide my practice. I would never recommend them for a beginner. There are so many yoga studios with specials for beginning students. 30$ for two weeks or donation based in large cities. If you can't afford it or can't get there, try out some free yoga videos on YouTube (search for beginning yoga).
Neither books nor videos worked for me, but these cards are perfect. I've created both 30 and 60 minute sessions, starting with Workout Labs' recommended Dynamic Warm-up Sequence and ending in Savasana. The drawings on each card remind me of the basic technique, with more detailed instruction on the back when I need it. I set out my preset sequence for the day in three or four rows at the head of my mat, adding or subtracting individual cards depending on my needs at the moment. Then I work through a practice in an uninterrupted flow just as I would in a yoga studio. The cards are big enough to refer to while moving.
The basic deck has all the poses I learned when just starting out: Cat/Cow, Child's Pose, Downward Facing Dog, Plank Flow, Cobra, UpDog, Chair, Warrior I, II and III, spinal twists, forward bends and more. It also has 5 sequences if you do not want to make your own, and instructions for breathing and mediation. That would've been plenty for me, but I also wanted the Sun Salutations in Yoga Cards II, so I ordered both decks.
Glad I ordered the second deck: That one has Pigeon, Reclining Bound Angle, Happy Baby as well as more sequences and advice on how to build a balances sequence. It also has a handstand that I will never do, but there are others I might learn.
Two decks was pricey for me, but I have been very happy to have both of them since I'm not quite an intermediate, but getting there. Still, if two is just too much, please know that you will be able to create a good basic practice for yourself with just one set.