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Old 01-16-2014, 12:34 AM - Thread Starter
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I really want to push myself to start and stick with a yoga practice that I can manage every morning. Something maybe a half hour or less. Anyone have any recommendations? DVD? Online videos? It would have to be a beginner level as i haven't done yoga in years. 

 

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I would also be interested to know! I really want to start yoga, and could do with somewhere to start. 

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My cable provider has fitness videos on demand including yoga classes. It's easy and you are already paying for it. No need to even put a DVD in the DVD player! They have a wide range. I even found a prenatal class when I was pregnant.



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I take yoga through my parks and recreation dept.  I absolutely love it.  Attending these classes has been a gift to myself.  The type of yoga we do is gentle yoga.  Yes, I definitely feel things changing in my body as a result.

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YogaGlo.com has a monthly fee, but they have TONS of great videos for all skill levels! I like YogaGlo because I get bored doing the same routine over and over.


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I have some yoga classes on demand on my tv as well but I wanted something a bit more challenging. I enjoyed dabbling in yoga during my college years but I actually want to make it one of my main exercises now! Lately I've just searched yoga videos on youtube and find one that I like but I will most likely look into joining a studio..hopefully I can find one that isn't crazy expensive like many seem to be! In the meantime I'm still practicing at home and recently got yoga blocks to help me perfect moves and do them with proper form. I've seen a couple different kinds but I was recommended to get Beachbody ones- http://www.beachbody.com/product/fitness_gear/yoga_blocks.do  They're seriously so helpful! I'll have to try out YogaGlo because I do like the idea of working out at home more so than in front of other intense yogis.

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Decided to join a club.  They offer yoga every day.  This was something my family needed to do, too.  In the last several weeks I have worked muscles that I didn't know I had.  Thrilled!

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I do yoga when I can! I love Janet Stone's DVDs and I bought some 20 minute A.M. Rodney Yee DVD to help get me going in the mornings.

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