Power Yoga: Stamina DVD with Rodney Yee

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Boost your energy and build endurance with this intermediate yoga practice

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Our Power Yoga: Stamina DVD will carry you through the day feeling more energized for the things that demand steady reserves of strength and energy. Acclaimed instructor Rodney Yee guides you through brisk Vinyasa sequences specifically designed to build your energy reserves. This invigorating workout you can do in less than half an hour includes a warmup featuring fluid, classic Sun Salutations to warm both muscles and mind.

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Power Yoga: Stamina DVD with Rodney Yee Features:

  • Intermediate-level practice
  • Builds your endurance through powerful yoga poses
  • Leaves you feeling recharged and energized
  • Made exclusively by Gaiam
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good DVD but for more Advanced Good DVD and very fast paced workouts. However, I don't think this is the best DVD for me. The fast pace and constant bending is challenging on my back so I'll probably go back to slower paced yoga workouts with less bending. If you don't experience strain, though, these are both good workouts that will keep you moving constantly. February 1, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good for a quick and effective workout I have been doing yoga for 2 yrs now, 5 days a week. I do this in the morning when I want a quick workout that's not too strenuous, but effective enough. It's quick and not too hard for me whatsoever. If you're looking for a challenge, I don't think this is it. I have about 10 of the Rodney Yee dvds and I use this one pretty regularly! August 1, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by My Favorite Rodney Yee DVD This is my favorite yoga DVD. It's under 1/2 hour, so I can fit it in every morning before work. It's not so difficult that I dread doing it... but yet it has given me a huge amount of strength and flexibly. I highly recommend this. July 11, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by I just wanted to take a moment to respond to the other comment. Power yoga is based on Vinyasa, a type of yoga where the participant moves quickly from one position to another. I really like this type of yoga and would recommend it to anyone. January 5, 2010
Rated 2 out of 5 by A little too quick... This video is good for someone who is familiar with the basic poses since the workout moves so quickly that I would imagine it would be difficult to learn as you go. However, this video is definitely for beginners who have taken a couple classes. You do sequences of downward facing dog, cobra, plank, quick lunges, and tree. The complaint I have is that you don't hold poses for very long and I don't feel very stretched out from it. I enjoy holding poses for at least 30 seconds each and Rodney jumps through them, holding each for about 5 seconds. This video is very short (25 minutes) so I guess you shouldn't expect a very thorough yoga workout. November 9, 2009
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I have the VHS and love it but would really like a DVD. It came in a two pack with Power Strength for beginners.
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This is the same program. We do offer it as a "two pack" however it is paired with Power Yoga For Flexibility its item number is 90-0017.
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The title appears in the "intermediate" product selection, but "for Beginners" appears in its title sequence. I've actually been using this title for a long time (still feeling like a beginner), but wondering what a good next step title would be. I also own "Power Yoga: Strength" but find that one significantly more challenging. Would "Yoga Burn" be a suitable next step after mastering "Stamina"?
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Thank you for your question. We're sorry for the confusion; this is an intermediate level program. The Yoga Burn program with Rodney Yee may be a good next step for you.
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