It is always essential to choose a power yoga video for the instructor. Look for someone you feel will push you and encourage you and be fun to watch repeatedly. Two famous yoga teachers are Rodney Yee and Bryan Kest, based in Los Angeles. Bryan Kest trained with Ashtanga master Sri K. Pattabhi Jois.
The power yoga video you choose should also allow for different versions of the various poses so that the beginners can use them easily and improve to more challenging postures over time.
Some of the best power yoga videos to get in shape are:
Bryan Kest’s videos: In these videos, you join Kest in his yoga studio in Santa Monica, CA for a power yoga workout. Although not featured in the videos, many famous celebrities like Rhea Perlman, David Duchovny, and Elisabeth Shue enjoy going to this Kest’s packed, ancient loft studio.
Kest’s yoga videos are quite popular and consist of a variety of workouts.
Volume 1: This is for beginners and is well designed to provide challenges for even users of higher levels as well.
Kest’s Jersey-boy voice is quite soothing and hypnotic with stretching and strengthening moves are changed with repose to keep even first timers really going.
There is also Volume 2, which focuses on muscle toning and Volume 3: Introducing further challenges.
Another well known yoga instructor is Rodney Yee. Yee teaches a challenging, poses, controlling breath, movement, tension, and relaxation in his video. These poses are Sun Salutation, standing poses, forward bends, back bends, twists, and arm balances. At first they are quite easy, but movements start to get more difficult with each repetition of the series.
You can do as much of the series as you like.
The entire workout is about 65-minutes of exercise if you’re an experienced and serious yoga practitioner. If you are familiar with yoga, you can really start at any level.
The setting of Yee’s videos is really gorgeous and quite relaxing, too. His exercises help you to get stronger. Rodney Yee helps you to deepen your practice, by this continuous yoga flow emphasizes on all essential poses.
It is great way for boosting fat burning muscle and bone strength, developing stamina, reshaping your abs, upper and lower body, and moving with mindfulness.
You may find the movements are quite slow, but you’ll feel their intensity as you go through the workout. In this yoga practice, the videos make you get involved mentally as well as physically.
This power yoga video demands your full concentration and sheer slowness all the time. It is a form of meditation as well.
This power yoga video is quite encouraging and challenging, this exclusive DVD gives bonus, advanced options of the exercises with verbal cues and music only.
One of the best ways I have found to review a lot of yoga videos to see which workout program you want to stick to, is by getting some to try from your local library or by renting the videos. That way, you can evaluate several and see what you like and don’t like about each one. If you find a number of videos you’d like to use on a regular basis, it makes good sense to invest in them at that point.