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Yoga for Energy
     

Yoga for Energy

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Director: Mark DePaola, Rodney Yee

Cast: Mark DePaola, Rodney Yee

 

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The fifth installment of the six part series from Yoga Journal is a unique workout that merges the cycles of the sun and earth with the body. Master yoga instructor Rodney Yee demonstrates five yoga routines -- awakening, centering, creativity, reflection, and surrender -- which reflect the placement of the sun and its effects on the body and soul. Awakening begins at

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The fifth installment of the six part series from Yoga Journal is a unique workout that merges the cycles of the sun and earth with the body. Master yoga instructor Rodney Yee demonstrates five yoga routines -- awakening, centering, creativity, reflection, and surrender -- which reflect the placement of the sun and its effects on the body and soul. Awakening begins at sunrise with gentle stretches then moves into a series of standing poses. Early morning and centering is a sun salutation combined with standing poses. Creativity is a series of back and forward bends. Late afternoon and reflection is a soothing routine of forward bends and hip openers. The series concludes at sunset with surrender, a sequence of deep relaxation and breathing exercises to free the mind and spirit. With no verbal instruction or voice over -- just Yee's amazing form and yoga-conditioned body, the soothing music, and beautiful Maui locations -- this is a truly inspirational yoga workout. ~ Heather M. Fierst

Product Details

Release Date:
06/13/2000
UPC:
0029956117631
Original Release:
1996
Rating:
NR
Source:
Gaiam

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Yoga for Energy 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm just beginning to get into Yoga and have had several teachers and used several different tapes and I think his is by far the best. I like that fact that he just says the next position which lets you concentrate on the positions without alot of chatter. All the moves are ones that a beginner could do with some challenges. He does have suggestion at the end for alterative positions or aids to use.
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