Finding the best yoga videos is not as easy as you may think. Not all yoga videos are ideal for an effective home practice. In order to make sure you get the best yoga videos for your home yoga practice, here are a few things to consider:
Easy To Understand
First of all, a quality yoga video will be easy for you to follow. You should be able to understand what is being done, how the positions are achieved, how long you should hold each one, and how often you should do it. It should also be easy to follow into each subsequent move.
Secondly, videos should provide not only easy to follow instructions, but also easy to understand demonstrations. You should be able to, by watching, understand the basics of achieving each pose and each transition. You should also understand, from watching, the breathing patterns and focus. If you can understand the verbal instructions, but the demonstrations are unclear then your video is no better than a book on yoga.
Next, there should be easy modifications offered in the best yoga videos. Yoga can be difficult, so beginners to it may frequently need modifications to their practice so that they can better understand how to perform poses. No matter what your ability level may be, you want your video to be able to apply to you. Once you buy a video, it should be of use to you at every stage as you progress further into yoga. Choose a video that will grow with you.
In a quality video, the yoga should be taught in a student centered manner. Though that seems like it should go without saying, you will see a number of yoga videos that are just a fancy way of showing off the instructor’s ability in yoga. Such videos do little if any good and in many cases may even be counterproductive for you. The idea of having the yoga video is to help your development, not to put you in awe of someone else’s level of flexibility or fitness.
Finding the best yoga videos can be easy when you have the tools above. Look for something you understand visually and orally, that you can use at any level, and that features a yoga teacher who explains the yoga poses clearly while staying student centered. When you find that you will have found the best of the best yoga videos for use at home and between private sessions or classes.
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