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SIMPLELIFE2 Posts: 707
1/20/13 8:56 P

I would go with titles by Yoga Journal or Gaiam. I've done that Yoga Meltdown one and I'm not sure I would even call it yoga. Have you checked out your local library? I check out videos all of the time time for free. It keeps things fresh and you can't beat free.

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LDANELIS Posts: 3,501
1/20/13 1:35 P

It has been several years since my last yoga class, and would like to get back into it. Unfortunately I am cashed strapped (the joys of being a student, again!), and classes are a bit expensive (though I learn best face-to-face!). I am looking at getting a DVD, but am having trouble wading through the endless possibilities. My main objectives are increased flexibility and strengthening, plus a little de-stressing. I have looked at Jillian Michaels Yoga Meltdown, but based on the reviews, seems a little advanced for my needs. Does anyone have any experience with Wai Lana's beginner workout? I need a video that will go slowly enough for me to learn/re-learn the poses.
Suggestions?

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