Full Backcover Description
The daily practice that will transform your life. You are committed to enhancing your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Now it’s time to turn desire into action. With more than 10 visually stunning and informative DVDs, Living Yoga will show you how to cultivate greater strength, flexibility, and comfort in both body and mind. As you develop a more effective yoga practice, you’ll discover how to better manage stress and foster self-awareness. Living Yoga includes home-practice plans, expert video instruction, nutritional meal plans, mediations and more.
30 DAY THE ULTIMATE BEGINNER’S PLAN: practice as often as six days a week, attain balance through weekly meditations, mix and match daily recipes, refine your practice by understanding yoga anatomy, and relieve aches and pains.
90 DAY CHANGE YOUR LIFE FOR GOOD: practice to more than 14 hours of yoga instruction, meditate with world-renowned teachers, enjoy 100 breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack recipes and fine-tune poses with the Yoga Encyclopedia
Reduce stress and develop inner calm; build strength and increase flexibility; tone your body, calm your mind; feel healthier and happier than ever before!
Yoga Journal's Living Yoga - 10 DVD Set
Beginner: Just starting out, very overweight or haven't exercised in over six months.
Intermediate: Active in sports, dance or any regular exercise (2 to 3 times per week).
Advanced: Very active in sports or consistently work out four or more times per week.
Runtime: 734 min.
Street Date: 03/01/2012
Certified instructor description:
Probably the most comprehensive yoga series ever produced. You get a total of 26 different workouts by eight different instructors. The first DVD is a great introduction; it has a "yoga encyclopedia" and "yoga anatomy" plus nutrition info and audio meditations. The remaining discs feature an exceptionally varied series of yoga programs. The workouts range from beginner-level "energizing," "basic" and "quiet time" to advanced-level "arm balancing," "back bending" and "monkey pose" (which require lots of strength and flexibility).
The class format ranges from a single instructor, to an instructor-with-a-student to a full group-class setting. The workouts range from 10 to 64 minutes; the average is 30 minutes. Some programs use a yoga strap or yoga blocks. Released in 2012; re-edited from footage filmed earlier (so it includes both regular and wide-screen formats).