Yoga Journal's - Yoga for Relaxation and Meditation (2001) DVD5 | VOB / MPEG2 3660 Kbps | 720?480 | 29.97 fps | AC3 192 kbps | 4.34 GB Language: English | Run Time: 180 min This Yoga Journal DVD combines two workout programs "Yoga Practice for Relaxation" and "Yoga Practice for Meditation."
Yoga Basics 2.0 2005 NTSC DVDR English | 720x480, 7600 kb/s, 29.97 fps(r) | 48000 Hz, stereo, s16, 320 kb/s | .VOB | 3.45 GB Genre: Video Training
Yoga is best known as a set of physical practices that include gentle stretches, breathing practices, and progressive deep relaxation. These physical practices help you to bring about a natural balance of body, mind, and spirit. BASICS Yoga is an easy-to-understand introduction to yoga. Yoga Basics will bring you strength, balance and flexibility while teaching you the top yoga poses that you can easily follow along to through a soothing sequence of floor stretches and classic yoga positions. A relaxing blend of meditation, gentle flowing yoga and soothing stretches that will leave you feeling peaceful, open, and centered. Yoga Basics will balance and revitalize your entire being, while helping you burn fat and increase your metabolism. Through careful and friendly instruction, Yoga Basics is the ideal way to properly and deeply practice yoga.
Peggy Cappy: Yoga for the Rest of Us - Easy Yoga for Arthritis English | mpeg2video | 720x480 8500 kbps 29.97 fps | ac3 224 kbps | 4.07 GB Genre: Video Training New video Peggy - it's the famous "squeeze" of anti-stress yoga presented to her a special soft style that everyone can learn. Just think: Arthritis leads the list of causes of disability in the United States the total number of people who suffer from this insidious disease more than 37 million! In this video Peggy shows how yoga can help you soothe the pain strengthen muscles and joints.
Yoga Journal: Yoga for Morning, Noon & Night - Jason Crandell English | avi 2034 kb/s | 720x400, 29.97 fps | mp3, 48000 Hz, stereo, 128 kb/s | 891 MB Genre:VideoTraining
Yoga Journal offers three short (20 minutes) sequences, each of which is to be used at certain times of the day - morning, noon and night. Each sequence (led by Contributing Editor Yoga Journal and Yoga instructor Jason Krandell) begins with a brief introduction and then provides an explanation Krandell right in practice, against a background of soft, intrusive music. The names of asanas in Sanskrit and English will be briefly displayed on the screen briefly at the beginning of each exercise.