Post # 1
I need to find a good one as I can’t make it to classes with my schedule right now (or finances). But all the ones I have looked at are too advanced, or too cheesy lol. I need one that focuses on the relaxation and stretching for my body issues (muscle damage and ligament/tendon scarring) versus the actual exercise it provides ( work out 4 days a week).
Anyone have one they have used and liked?
Post # 3
If it fits your budget, there are a number of great on-line yoga sites—huge variety to avoid the boredom! I use yogaglo (http://www.yogaglo.com) when I travel—it’s $20/month (the price of one yoga class), and has classes organized by teacher, time, focus, style. They have a free 2-week trail. Definitely my favorite site of the ones I’ve tried; they have lots of teachers, some of them quite well-known.
I know that Rodney Yee teamed up with Gaiam to do a progressive, on-line course, too. Don’t remember the URL.
And YogaToday has subscriptions, but also offers one or two free classes (play them at your leisure) every week.
I don’t have any videos that I absolutely love, but I do like Rodney Yee’s intermediate DVD. If you want more variety and are into a vigorous practice, Shiva Rea’s videos allow you to mix and match elements within the video (interactive menu.)
Finally, Netflix has a huge selection of videos—try before you buy!