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Old 09-28-12, 10:58 AM  
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Yoga Foundations - Travis Elliott - What are your thoughts?

I eventually want to get the Ultimate Yogi, but I want to try his style out and I have done yoga, but haven't in a while. Not as flexible as I used to be due to a shoulder injury that made me stop doing Yoga and I am just recently adding in some yoga lately. I'd really like to get back into yoga. I'm a little worried that this DVD would only get used for a while if it's truly only for beginners?

Anyone have this? What are your thoughts? Could this be something you can use even after you're not at the beginner level?
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Old 09-28-12, 01:11 PM  
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I eventually want to get the Ultimate Yogi, but I want to try his style out and I have done yoga, but haven't in a while. Not as flexible as I used to be due to a shoulder injury that made me stop doing Yoga and I am just recently adding in some yoga lately. I'd really like to get back into yoga. I'm a little worried that this DVD would only get used for a while if it's truly only for beginners?

Anyone have this? What are your thoughts? Could this be something you can use even after you're not at the beginner level?
There's more about Yoga Foundations on this thread http://forum.videofitness.com/showth...t=yoga&page=18 and I posted my thoughts there as well. This is not just for beginners. It is a wonderful practice for more advanced practitioners as well. It's a little shorter than most of the Ultimate Yogi practices and it's a great way to try Travis's style. He is wonderful. For me, this practice will stand the test of time. I highly recommend it.

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There's more about Yoga Foundations on this thread http://forum.videofitness.com/showth...t=yoga&page=18 and I posted my thoughts there as well. This is not just for beginners. It is a wonderful practice for more advanced practitioners as well. It's a little shorter than most of the Ultimate Yogi practices and it's a great way to try Travis's style. He is wonderful. For me, this practice will stand the test of time. I highly recommend it.

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I've done two of the three practices and I agree that these are wonderful. I really like Gentle Yoga from the original UY and these remind me a bit of it. They are definitely not just for beginners.
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