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Gaiam’s Prenatal DVD Kit provides three bestselling prenatal DVDs for expecting mothers.

Prenatal DVD Kit Includes:

Summer Sanders Prenatal Workout DVD
Improve posture, strength and muscle tone – even experience a smoother delivery with Summer Sanders Prenatal Workout DVD.

Olympic gold medalist Summer Sanders and her personal trainer, Keri Crockett will help you stay strong and sexy while expecting. Choose from full-length to express workouts. At seven months along in this program, Summer demonstrates proper form for each exercise, always aware of the vast changes your body is undergoing. This safe prenatal program will help you remain active and fit during your pregnancy, as well as help you regain your strength and stamina post pregnancy. Feel and look better throughout your pregnancy. 160 min. USA.

Prenatal Yoga DVD
With the Prenatal Yoga DVD you'll learn safe stretching and strength–building prenatal yoga exercises to help increase energy and stamina. You'll also develop concentration for labor and delivery. Respected yoga expert and mother Shiva Rea designed this program specifically for pregnancy. Includes modifications for each trimester. 60 minutes.

Prenatal Gurmukh DVD
Inner strength, fearlessness, a stong physical body and a quiet mind - all are a part of the wisdom of Kundalini, and all can assist and empower during this profound period of physical and emotional transformation. Follow acclaimed Kundalini yoga teacher Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa as she guides you in a series of safe asanas, meaningful poses and thoughtful meditations, created to help place you in mind-body-soul harmony as you prepare for childbirth. 68 Minutes.

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Calm I love the Prenatal DVD box set, it has helped me stay fit and calm during my triplet pregnancy! February 23, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 video to ruin the set The two yoga videos are great. I've used them a lot and am glad to have them. The 3rd workout video with Sanders completely turns me off. The music is an awful 16measure repeat of some world/techno beat attempt. Then there is Ms. Sanders banter about not getting a big booty, but this isn't about weight-loss, now look at the great bod on my sister-in-law. I was committed to make it through the workout, but I decided there was no good reason to continue to subject myself to the silly back and forth chatter and horribad music. Besides, I have other videos. Some people enjoy that type of flip, I'm not one of them. I'm more of a Gurmukh kinda gal. I'd buy separately if I had it to do again, and save the family a few dollars. August 21, 2013
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