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Best Yoga dvd....

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LilMissSunshine9 Sun 01-Feb-15 23:37:19

for an overweight beginner like me. I want to start but find the classes at my local gym quite off putting as I am overweight and so I would like to start doing it at home as I feel quite stiff at the moment. I am going to the gym to lose the weight and doing the usual stretches but always wanted to build yoga in my lifestyle as something I will do habitually.

There are so many dvds out there so would welcome your recommendations.

Also can you do just 15-30 minutes or is a full hour better?

Mitchy1nge Mon 02-Feb-15 10:17:02

the shiva rea DVDs have a matrix at the start so you can put together a sequence as long or as short as you like, and there are pre-set routines of varying lengths too

it's also helpful if you want to target a specific area on that day - 15 minutes a day would still be beneficial I think

she usually offers modifications if you are new to any particular move, or if you want to extend or deepen the posture

some of her DVDs on amazon

Suzannewithaplan Mon 02-Feb-15 10:49:05

‎I think the yogatic chanel on youtube is very good ‎

LilMissSunshine9 Mon 02-Feb-15 10:53:58

Thanks I will check them both out smile

Thisishowyoudisappear Mon 02-Feb-15 18:45:33

Yogaglo website is brilliant. You can get 15 days free to try it.

MildDrPepperAddiction Mon 02-Feb-15 18:47:11

Yoga videos on YouTube are the best. You can try out as many as you want without having to she'll out £££

LilMissSunshine9 Mon 02-Feb-15 20:45:39

Thanks all smile normally I do check youtube but for some reason it just didn't occur to me. Free is always good!!!

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