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Yoga for Beginners with Kino MacGregor - Ashtanga Yoga 2014

Yoga for Beginners with Kino MacGregor - Ashtanga Yoga 2014
AVI | Video: 720x400 (1.80: 1), 25 fps, XviD build 65 1828 kbps avg, 0.25 bit / pixel | Audio # 1 : 48 kHz, AC3 Dolby Digital, 2/0 (L, R) ch , 192 kbps | Audio # 2 : 48 kHz, AC3 Dolby Digital, 2/0 (L, R) ch, 192 kbps | English | Duration : 02:20:55 | 2.2 GB

In this video tutorial on yoga for beginners, Cinema McGregor introduces you to the practice of Ashtanga yoga, in which she was once dedicated to Sri K. Pattabhi Joyce and R. Sharat Joyce in the Indian city of Mysore (to date, Sharat is the most advanced practitioner asan in the world). As a professional yoga teacher, Cinema often receives requests for beginner programs from its students. Presented in the video segments, will allow you to create an excellent foundation for practicing yoga - all the positions you will master at a calm pace.
The training is built in such a way that you understand the yoga, starting with its very foundations. Some key poses will be shown to you step by step, which will help you to learn them properly.
Activity 1:introduces you to the so-called sun salutation (Suryanamaskar - a series of exercises that allow yoga to experience the healing energy of the Sun); this will help you develop strength and flexibility and learn the proper breathing technique.
Lesson 2: this is the second stage of your development and learning; Once you have carefully studied Activity 1, you can move to the next level. In this segment, you will work at a faster pace; Gradually you will master new positions and develop your skills in yoga.
Lesson 3: for this lesson, you will pass when you have achieved mastery in Classes 1 and 2 and have developed a certain endurance. This segment connects movements, breathing and inner eyes, which allows you to focus on the spiritual aspects of yoga and begin the transformation of consciousness, body and soul.
Lesson 4 : aimed at developing the strength of the muscles of the body. The hull plays an important role in mastering the positions of yoga. Strong, strong muscles of the body - the guarantee of harmony and tranquility of consciousness.
Lesson 5 : aimed at teaching meditation and relaxation.
Interview : Cinema answers the questions of its students who are interested in other aspects of yoga practice, for example, how to eat right or how to pacify their anger.
In this Beginner's Yoga DVD, Kino MacGregor introduces you to the practice of Ashtanga Yoga taught by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and R. Sharath Jois in Mysore, India. As a professional yoga teacher, the most frequent request is for a beginner's program. These progressive segments will help you build a strong foundation of yoga as you learn the postures at the perfect pace. The Tutorial is designed to teach you the very basics of yoga. Some key postures have been broken down on the step-by-step basis to help you learn them properly. Practice 1 is designed to introduce you to the sun salutations that will help you develop strength and flexibility while introducing you to the fundamentals of the flow of breath. Practices 2
is designed as the second stage of development, and is ready to progress to the next level. This segment moves at a slightly faster tempo and integrates new poses to help you develop your practice further. Practice 3 is designed for when you have mastered Routine 1 & 2 and have built some endurance. This flowing segment really connects movement, breath and gaze as you focus on the spiritual aspects of yoga and begin to experience the transformation of your mind, body and soul. Practice 4 is designed to build strength from the core. The core plays a very important role in the postures of yoga. Having a strong core. Practice 5 is designed to teach you how to meditate and relax.
Yoga for Beginners with Kino MacGregor - Ashtanga Yoga 2014

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