quick DVDs

(13 Posts)
Silvertap Sat 09-Jan-16 15:08:19

Hi,

Does anyone have any recommendations for a short yoga dvd. I've been doing the yoga for dummies type one but it takes about 50 mins with all the faffing between poses. I'd really like one that takes about 30 mins.

CoteDAzur Sat 09-Jan-16 21:04:39

I don't use DVDs so can't help you there, but have you tried YouTube? There are loads of videos on there of all kinds of yoga. I'm sure you can find 30 min ones, as well.

Silvertap Sun 10-Jan-16 07:34:56

I can't
Watch the Internet through my tv. Do you just watch them on a laptop? How do you stop the screen blanking out?

Sorry,
Probably stupid questions!

CoteDAzur Sun 10-Jan-16 08:35:18

No worries. Yes, I watch YouTube yoga videos on my laptop during practice but you can also send them to your TV via Apple TV.

My screen doesn't blank out. Connect to electric socket (don't run on battery) and/or change energy saving settings.

ZaraW Sat 12-Mar-16 17:33:14

Tara Stiles DVD which has varying lengths from about 20 minutes to 1hr. It has beginner's and advanced. Also Shiva Reava's DVD is also worth a look.

ZaraW Sat 12-Mar-16 17:34:07

Sorry Sheva Rea

BogeyNights Sat 12-Mar-16 17:40:28

Rodney Yee AM Yoga for your week. Love this DVD. Five 'routines' and he explains each position well and prompts you to check your position throughout, but in a drawly voice that I really like. He's lush!

BogeyNights Sat 12-Mar-16 17:41:32

Rodney is done with you after 20 mins or so... BTW

ZaraW Sat 12-Mar-16 18:35:31

I love Rodney Yee his yoga book is amazing as well.

CoteDAzur Sat 12-Mar-16 18:39:03

I would love to read a good yoga book. What is it's name?

CoteDAzur Sat 12-Mar-16 18:39:26

Its name, rather.

ZaraW Sat 12-Mar-16 18:59:38

Moving Towards Balance is the one I have.

CoteDAzur Sun 13-Mar-16 10:07:46

Thanks, it's now in my wish list.

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