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YOGA_KITTY SparkPoints: (6,326)
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5/9/13 10:04 P

Oh, that's so funny, the dvd Coach Denise recommended was the first yoga dvd I ever used! I agree, it's a very good one, Suzanne Deason is a good teacher and gives a lot of modifications depending on your ability level. I still use it about once or twice a month.

SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 40,484
5/9/13 12:40 P

As it was already mentioned, if you are able to go to a class, then that would be a good idea. However, I do like this DVD, which offers various modifications: www.amazon.com/Yoga-Conditioning-Weight-Su
zanne-Deason/dp/B00004TKIC/ref=sr_1_6?
ie=UTF8&qid=1368117503&sr=8-6&keywords
=yoga+for+weight+loss+dvd
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5/9/13 8:12 A

Try Yoga Journal's website, they have a lot of beginner instructional videos by some very well-respected teachers.

That said, however... it's best to take a class if you possibly can. A teacher can correct things you may be doing wrong that you would not be able to see.

Namaste!

DISNEY4537 SparkPoints: (150,415)
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5/8/13 10:52 P

I am looking for a great yoga DVD for beginners. I am completely new to yoga and I would like one that has great explanation so I do the moves correctly. I want to improve my flexibility and have heard yoga is the best way to accomplish that. Does anyone know of any great yoga DVD's?

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