Advanced Yoga Rodney Yee DVD 2
Salepage : Advanced Yoga Rodney Yee DVD 2
I’ve been doing Yoga regularly for about 4 years now. I started with the Yoga zone beginner DVD’s and loved them. I upgraded to “Rodney Yee’s Power Yoga – Total Body Workout” and was absolutely thrilled with it! I’ve ordered various other DVD’s from various Yoga practitioners but none of them really seemed very unique or impressed me. I watched them once or twice and never looked at them again. I’ve stuck with “Power Yoga – Total Body Workout” and enjoyed everything about Rodney Yee so much that I thought I’d give him another shot when looking to advance my practice. “Advanced Yoga” is dead-on fantastic!
There are plenty of detailed reviews that do a good job of summarizing what’s on this video. I think the very best thing I can offer is to say that if you like Rodney Yee, especially “Power Yoga – Total Body Workout”, and you’re looking for more variety and more advanced poses, “Advanced Yoga” is exactly what you’re looking for. You will love it! I watched it once through the day I received it and giggled with glee the entire way through. It was exactly what I had hoped for.
And interestingly enough – it not only has a great variety of poses that focus on the entire body, but the two main areas of focus are strength – especially in the arms and upper body – and the hips – mine are very tight. I’ve always been a runner, so my hips and hamstrings need a lot of work to loosen them up. This DVD set really focuses on the hips. And I wanted a lot of strength poses because I don’t want to be skinny and lanky. I want to be flexible and have great balance, and yet be powerful at the same time. I’m very strong, but it’s going to take me a year or more to work up to some of these poses – they’re incredible – exactly what I was hoping for.
I’ve noticed that several reviews mention that he moves too quickly in between poses. Well, people don’t listen very well. Rodney says right at the beginning (to paraphrase) “it may seem that I move too quickly from pose to pose, but work at your own pace and build up to it” – so he’s clearly doing it for good reason. These are extremely advanced poses and you (and I) will eventually build up to his pace. One reviewer said he thought the pace was too fast at first, but this grew to become his favorite DVD – and I can completely see why someone might feel that way.
I’m absolutely thrilled with “Advanced Yoga”. I feel it was exactly as advertised and is everything I love about Rodney Yee – spiritual and soothing, smooth and graceful, and yet incredibly challenging with a wide variety of poses covering everything including strength, stamina, flexibility, and balance from head to toe.