Power Yoga: Flexibility DVD with Rodney Yee

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A workout to keep you fluid and loose

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With Power Yoga: Flexibility, Rodney Yee guides you through a quick, deep-stretching yoga workout you can do in less than half an hour. Regain and extend the easy sense of fluid motion that keeps you doing the things you love to do.

Rodney Yee shows you how to use his distinctive style of Power Yoga to restore and make the most of your body's fullest range of motion. This DVD is a fantastic solution anytime you feel stiff, tight or limited in your agility. Practice regularly and you'll find this flexibility workout a rewarding way to extend your yoga practice.

Filmed in dramatic Joshua Tree National Park — move through flowing Sun Salutations to flex and warm up, deeply stretch muscles and joints in fluid, energetic sequences, then relax completely as you clear and calm your mind. 25 minutes.

Discover how Gaiam DVDs like this gave one reader the support and motivation she needed to change her body...and her life.

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GET TO KNOW RODNEY YEE
Rodney Yee was a professional ballet dancer who later studied Iyengar yoga. He travels nationally and internationally to teach workshops, teacher-trainings and retreats. Rodney has been designing and performing in Gaiam programs for over 10 years. He has been featured on Oprah and other national programs.

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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent yoga DVD! This is by far my favorite yoga DVD. I had it on VHS and then bought it on DVD. It is great for increasing flexibility, is easy enough to do for beginners, but not so easy as to be boring if you are more advanced. Highly recommended! July 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great workout This CD is one of the best Yoga workouts I've had. I have back problems and this worked out all of the kinks. April 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by my favorite stretch This dvd is one of my favoritres of all time. It gets used at least once per week and makes me feel great. Rodney Yee is one of my all time favorite instructors for yoga. His voice is so smooth and calm. December 2, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent for stretching & strength builing I feel that my body gets a challenging, stretching workout from Rodney's flexibility practice in only 25 minutes, without being too difficult. Perfect for the days when I want to get in substantial yoga in less time. I feel like I've actually worked my body after this practice. Love Rodney Yee's DVD's! November 21, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by Use with caution Not a lot of instructions, you need to be experienced August 3, 2011
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Warm up stretches.

Since Yoga is supposed to help with flexibility and posture, do I have to perform warm up stretches before I do the poses on the DVD? Can I wake up in the morning and go right into the routine of poses?
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I don't personally warm up before doing this DVD, although my hamstrings feel a little tight at the outset. I loosen up as I go along, but if you find warm-ups beneficial, I am sure it wouldn't hurt.
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You don't need to warm up for this one. The sun salutations warm your body.
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I wake up and go straight into it with no problem at all!
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I don't but I probably should. I think it's in our better interest to do some forward folds right b4.
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Heck yeah. Always. You risk injury and will probably be disappointed in doing yoga. Follow the intructor's instructions and advice. They know exactly what they are doing.
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Yes you can, the DVD starts off easy and gets progressively harder
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You can wake up and do the DVD. Yoga is considered stretching and the DVD will lead you through a series of warm up poses before going into more advanced postures.
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