Yoga for Everyone DVD

Yoga for everyone

The first good thing about Yoga For Everyonei is the presenter. She has a super toned – yet unintimidating body, making you feel like it’s attainable. She also looks healthy, like she eats and likes to have fun.

The first thing not-so-positive are the content and editing, I guess they’re rather so-so.

What’s different about Yoga For Everyone is, well, it’s for everyone – in the sense that some of the more traditional bits were not included. There’s less for people to try to understand and think about. But I don’t know how purists would react to that.

Most of the video focuses on warming up the joints, which helps a lot when you finally have to do the view traditional moves that made their way into the DVD.

Beginners or casual yoga practitioners may find that there’s a lot more movement in yoga than they would expect, like hip and shoulder movements, which I guess means more of the body gets exercised. Traditional yogis and yoginis might not enjoy the video because of the beginning-to-look-like-dance movements.

I think I have a preferences for presenters who give the instructions themselves. For this video, the instructions were voiced over, and it bothered me a bit, but that’s just me. I guess I just enjoy like hearing disembodied voices.

The Yoga For Everyone DVD comes with two 20-minute workouts, which you can both do if you prefer a longer workout session. But I don’t think one is the continuation of the other, so perhaps you can interchange the routines. You’ll know if it worked for you when you feel good and energized after a 20-minute session.

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