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Sassybynature Thu 22-Jun-17 17:07:45

I would like to practice yoga outside whilst on holiday. As I will be without an instructor can anyone make any suggestions on how to follow a sequence. I have a book but that seems pointless if I have to keep stopping to read. I need videos which I can watch on a iPad, we won't have wifi. So I do get around this, there must be a way.
I am new to yoga, love watching Adrienne but that requires wifi.

Any ideas

timshortfforthalia Thu 22-Jun-17 20:31:55

I really like YogaGlo

It's a subscription service but first month is free.

timshortfforthalia Thu 22-Jun-17 20:32:56

Should add, it's an app and has an offline function where you can download up to twelve videos to use when you don't have internet.

Sassybynature Thu 22-Jun-17 23:34:35

Thanks, I will take a look. The other option someone suggested was to use DVD with my laptop, but a iPad will be easier to carry.

Justjibberish Thu 29-Jun-17 12:39:03

Probably too late, but some of the Adriene videos can be downloaded. I've noticed it on the 31 day programmes like Revolution. I think a donation is asked for, but the amount is dicretionary

SkiBike007 Thu 29-Jun-17 19:27:12

Erica vetra on you tube "yoga for weight loss" is sun salutation routine done slow then sped up makes a gd 20min rountine.

jamaisjedors Thu 29-Jun-17 19:28:42

Yes you can pay to download some of Adriene's videos on her website - you get a whole chunk of them. I'm thinking of doing that this summer too.

KingIrving Fri 30-Jun-17 01:28:41

I really like Tara Stiles, nice, fresh, kind and feel good yoga

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