Yoga Journal: Yoga for Well Being With Jason Crandell

Yoga Journal: Yoga for Well Being With Jason Crandell

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Cast: Baron Baptiste, Seane Corn, Shiva Rea, Jason Crandell

     
 

This home yoga program includes three distinct 20-minute routines designed to yield the most desirable results from the practice. Restful Sleep promises to relieve the tensions that can keep the body from sleeping soundly, Mental Clarity offers a routine designed to help maximize brain function, and Greater Energy leads viewers through a workout that can help to…  See more details below

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This home yoga program includes three distinct 20-minute routines designed to yield the most desirable results from the practice. Restful Sleep promises to relieve the tensions that can keep the body from sleeping soundly, Mental Clarity offers a routine designed to help maximize brain function, and Greater Energy leads viewers through a workout that can help to invigorate and revitalize the body.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/11/2008
UPC:
0094922118646
Original Release:
2008
Rating:
NR
Source:
Bayview Films
Time:
1:10:00
Sales rank:
35,718

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Interview with Jason Crandell about using your yoga practice to support better health and well-being in your life.

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Yoga Journal: Yoga for Well Being With Jason Crandell 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This DVD offers three yoga sequences each with a different focus. These well conceived sequences really deliver in an accessible, easy to follow format. You can spread your practice through out the day or do them sequentially for a complete, balanced yoga practice. The poses flow smoothly and efficiently so you get quite a bit of movement into a short period of time but never feel rushed. You finish feeling stretched and strong and calm. The sleep sequence really can help you get to sleep. I highly recommend both this and Jason's first DVD, Morning, Noon and Night.