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Yoga Journal: Seane Corn - Yoga from the Heart
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This DVD is well-chaptered, and the introduction suggests that each chapter can stand alone as a shorter practice if necessary. The chapters are as listed below; I have added in approximate times as well as brief descriptive information.
Surya Namaskar A (11m)--Seane opens with a dedication and a discussion of the world around us; the sun salutation flow begins in down dog and includes some longer holds of this posture.
Surya Namaskar B (14m)--Seane stresses the importance of building postures "from the ground up"; the last round of each sun salutation segment are performed at your own pace.
Standing Poses (8m)--This segment has a strong shoulder emphasis and includes warrior 1, wide-legged forward bend with eagle arms, and finishes with a side stretch.
Shoulder Openers (4m)--Additional shoulder work with side plank and dolphin variations.Read more ›
Special features: Intention setting lecture by Seane about social and personal responsibility. Mediatation with a young woman singing and playing the harmonium. She has an earthy, soulful voice.
The poses are if memory serves me:
*Sun salutes A & B with an intention set for each salute done on your own.
*warriors 1 with arms clasped behind back
*wide legged forward bend with hands clasped, arms in cow face, grabbing big toes, one arm up twisting. (not necessarily in this order)
*crescent lunge prayer twist.
*upper facing bow 3x
*butterfly pose held for a long time
*seated forward bend
*seated meditation.Read more ›
At the end of the class, the gal next to me said, "Oh my god, that was the best class I have ever taken!" The room was electric with love and calm bliss!
If you want a taste of Seane's heart and an experience of a Yoga Journal conference class with her, then this is the DVD for you.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I just love yoga with Seane Corn, this is a great class however the audio is not great. It starts very quiet then gets louder, and when she speaks it sounds slightly muted.Published 17 months ago by Jill K
Her technique and teaching style combine the movement and breath perfectly and this is so helpful! But all of her commentary throughout the practice was not appealing to me. Read morePublished 22 months ago by LindaKH
As other reviewers mention, the tone of this DVD is rough and harsh. I would more appropriately call it militaristic in tone. The tone clashes big time with the subject matter. Read morePublished on December 1, 2013 by paulieR
Very motivating. I have attended classes at this conference, and it is different than going to class at a regular studio, or home practice. Read morePublished on November 17, 2013 by M. Stefanick
If you're looking for a blissful yoga experience, this DVD is not it. I was excited to try a Seane Corn workout because I've read so many positive things about her as a teacher,... Read morePublished on November 16, 2013 by DanielleM
Seane Corn, or the producers of this video, have titled it "Yoga from the Heart," and I can see why. Read morePublished on September 23, 2013 by R. Goss
If you're looking for a quick yoga workout, this is not it. with that being said, I adore Seane Corn and her yoga routines are some of my favorites. Read morePublished on December 14, 2012 by Sara Donner
This practice moves at a nice pace, not too quick, not too slow, and provides an excellent physical workout. Read morePublished on March 20, 2012 by VioletWren
I have been practicing yoga for over ten years. My favorite instructors include Bryan Kest, Rodney Yee, Sarah Ivanhoe and Seane Corne. Read morePublished on April 4, 2011 by yogarunner11