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SUNNYARIZONA SparkPoints: (204,406)
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12/30/12 8:59 P

I don't do yoga. After reading an article about the dangers of HOT yoga, I would never go there!
Paralysis etc. can result.

Give me the treadmill anyday!

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N16351D Posts: 2,349
12/30/12 8:48 P

I got a book on yoga and went through it step by step. I do it at home alone with a book and favorite music in the background. DVDs are great if you need or want them, but are not necessary.

SIMPLELIFE2 Posts: 707
12/29/12 11:22 P

Shiva Rea has a number of good titles out and I second Rodney Yee, who has some more advanced DVDs available. The production values are dated and cheesy, but Bryan Kest is good. I agree with exploring the library's collection. It keeps my routines varied and if there is something I really like, I'll buy it.

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JENMC14 Posts: 2,709
12/29/12 9:02 P

Rodney Yee is good. He has several DVDs out. As was already suggested, Amazon or another site might have helpful reviews. Also, your local library can be a great resource. They may have some yoga videos you can try.

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12/29/12 8:51 P

You might want to try going on amazon.com or something similar and searching for Yoga DVDs and reading reviews. That always helps me with picking out an exercise DVD.

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BLONDIE_182_182 Posts: 130
12/29/12 8:16 P

I love doing yoga in a class setting, especially hot yoga, but the hot yoga studio I attend raised their prices. I just can't shell out $130/month to do yoga. I have looked into other places, but the prices are all about the same in my area. Does anyone have any suggestions for videos or DVD's that I can do at home? I am not new to yoga, so I don't need a beginner's routine. Restorative or more intense yoga is good. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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