Healing Yoga for Aches and Pains

Healing Yoga for Aches and Pains

Director: Andrea Ambandos Cast: Lisa Matkin, Charles Matkin
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Healing Yoga for Aches and Pains

Healing Yoga for Aches and Pains is available on DVD from Anchor Bay. This instructional video is just over a half-hour long and contains no special features of any kind.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/22/2002
UPC: 0013131232998
Original Release: 2002
Rating: NR
Source: Starz / Anchor Bay
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time: 0:35:00

Special Features

Aches and pains program; Instructor cueing audio option (for working out to your own music)

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Introduction [1:51]
2. Breathing Exercises [3:01]
3. Shoulders and Back [6:44]
4. Seated Twist [3:41]
5. Lunges [4:51]
6. Down Dog [3:21]
7. Low Lunge [4:52]
8. Pelvic Tilts [2:35]
9. Restorative Twist [2:14]
10. Final Relaxation [3:13]
11. End Credits [:51]

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Healing Yoga for Aches and Pains 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Tried this for the first time. Though it is very gentle, it is not quite as geared to people suffering from Chronic Pain issues as it seems to be. Some of the movements and poses were too painful for me to even contemplate. Anyone with knee or hip issues would have a hard time with this, as I did. Anyone in the very early stages of Athritis, Fibromyalgia, other chronic pain conditions could probably benenfit very much, but for anyone further along in their illness, I don't think it's a good video to start with. The instruction was slow and deliberate and very calming, but overall, I don't feel it's a good match for anyone with Chronic Pain issues.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I got the DVD Health Yoga for Aches and Pains. I like the routine and it's perfect for someone like me who's looking for gentle yoga and has to be very careful due to severe back problems. However, my problem with this DVD is two fold. First, it's a short 30-min routine. There's no extended or add on routine. Second, the routine is a bit rushed. Considering this is gentle yoga, the changes between poses is swift and you're not given enough time to come out of one pose and to move into the next. It's very sudden, which is definitely not the ideal way for the audience this is intended for -- people with injuries, aches, and pains. That said, I do like the routine.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago