Yoga Conditioning For Women
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Yoga Conditioning For Women

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Director: Ted Landon, Suzanne Deason

Cast: Ted Landon, Suzanne Deason

     
 

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In addition to a regular hour-long workout, this Yoga disc, aimed at women, contains a bonus twenty-minute workout created to combat stress. The DVD offers a standard full-frame transfer. The English soundtrack is as good as it needs to be for this type of release. Supplemental materials include an on-screen tutorial, and an interview with host Suzanne Deason. This is

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In addition to a regular hour-long workout, this Yoga disc, aimed at women, contains a bonus twenty-minute workout created to combat stress. The DVD offers a standard full-frame transfer. The English soundtrack is as good as it needs to be for this type of release. Supplemental materials include an on-screen tutorial, and an interview with host Suzanne Deason. This is a fine release from Living Arts.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/27/2002
UPC:
0029956010901
Original Release:
2002
Rating:
NR
Source:
Gaiam
Time:
1:40:00
Sales rank:
70,086

Special Features

Complete 60-minute yoga practice for women; Bonus 20-minute practice to assist during times of stress and fatique; On-screen guide to provide reference on pose modifications; In-depth interview with Suzanne Deason; Fully chaptered workout

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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Introduction [3:44]
2. Breath Awareness [6:21]
3. Posture [22:24]
4. Centering [23:01]

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Yoga Conditioning For Women 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This tape is relatively gentle, but has an interesting variety of poses, including several that involve balancing. If you are going for a &quot burn&quot it is not for you, nor is it for an absolute beginner, but if you'd like an intermediate-ish routine with some challenges and that allows enough time to work to get into the poses, you'd probably like it. I always like the way I feel after I've completing this routine. I've been doing yoga for many years, but do not consider myself advanced. For a 55+ year old, I'm still pretty flexible.
j-fay More than 1 year ago
I found this workout to be very thorough and reasonably challenging. The balancing poses are tough, but you can modify for your own level. A few of the stretching poses are a little redundant, and there's a signature "hands on belly" move that seems unnecessary, but related to it being for women, I suppose. I tried several other videos and was surprised by how many of them I found too easy or gimmicky in some way. Several have a vast variety of options that seems over the top. I just wanted a good solid work out of about forty five minutes in length. This is fifty I think. Generally very enjoyable.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This video is not only very relaxing, but it's an extremely good workout as well!. I do have one complaint about this video though: the first DVD I bought was done by Yoga Zone and they do a very good job describing each pose as they go along. The descriptions are so good in fact that the first time using the video I found that I could really focus on my breathing and not the TV. With Yoga Conditioning for Women, it seemed to me that there really isn't much description. I found that I had to focus all my attention on the TV and I had a really hard time enjoying the workout. Having said that I do believe that after some time of practicing with this DVD, or maybe when I reach a higher level in yoga, this DVD will be much more enjoyable and I do plan to keep trying!
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