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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.

If you're tired of starting over, stop giving up!

Blessed are the flexible, for they shall not be bent out of shape.
SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 33,037
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
.

Coach Denise

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YOGA_KITTY SparkPoints: (6,326)
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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!

If you're tired of starting over, stop giving up!

Blessed are the flexible, for they shall not be bent out of shape.
DISNEY4537 SparkPoints: (133,312)
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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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