Living Yoga's A.M. and P.M. Yoga for Beginners Setby Rodney Yee
The morning is the best time to awaken our bodies and center our minds. Start each day with A.M. Yoga for Beginners as acclaimed yoga/b>/i>
Join renowned yoga teachers Patricia Walden and Rodney Yee as they guide you through uniquely designed 20-minute workouts that soothe your mind, revitalize your body and energize your spirit from morning to night.
The morning is the best time to awaken our bodies and center our minds. Start each day with A.M. Yoga for Beginners as acclaimed yoga teacher Rodney Yee offers a complete twenty-minute workout with gentle yoga poses and stretches that energize your body, leaving you feeling balanced and focused. Beautifully filmed at sunrise on the beaches of Maui, this innovative program is design ed for people of all ages and levels of fitness. Take time each day to experience yoga's immense rewards with A.M. Yoga for Beginners.
- 4 minute Conscious Relaxation connects the breath.
- 14 minute A.M. Workout awakens and energizes.
- 2 minute seated Guided Meditation centers body and mind.
The evening is the perfect time to release stress of the day and quiet our minds. End each day with P.M. Yoga for Beginners as renowned yoga teacher Patricia Walden offers a complete twenty-minute workout of simple yoga poses and relaxing stretches that soothe your body, leaving you feeling balanced and refreshed. Filmed at sunset on the sculpted sands of Death Valley, this easy-to-use program is designed for people of all ages and levels of fitness. Take time each day to experience yoga's immense rewards with P.M. Yoga for Beginners.
- 4 minute Centering Series to quiet the body and the mind.
- 13 minute P.M. Workout stretches the body.
- 3 minute Guided Relaxation revitalizes the mind.
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This yoga video presents a good idea...but falls short of achieving it well. The PM section is good. However, the AM video with Rodney Yee is too easy and he goes through the poses too quickly to really be of use to you. He gives few to no recommendations on how to hold the poses and interrupts your meditation at the end--very annoying. Its like he's trying to sell the video (hello, I've already bought it). The PM video with Pamela is much better. She explains the poses well and holds them for a useful amount of time. Her routine is still low impact--good for the beginner to intermediate practicer. My last criticism is that two VHS cassettes aren't necessary for the two sessions--its wasteful. They are short and could easily have been put on one tape.