The popularity of yoga has grown by leaps and bounds but not everyone might have the time and resources to go to a yoga studio to practice it. The television comes to their rescue by bringing yoga to their living room. With the video on demand facility, TV assures that yoga resources are available for anyone who owns it. Moreover, most yoga instructors have also released DVDs of their TV programs so that you can view them even after the show is off air.
Power Yoga: Mind and Body
In this show, yoga instructor Adrienne Reed teaches you how to bend like a bow and flex like a fish. Each episode is 30 minutes long and features Reed teaching her yoga students how to do several poses related to a particular theme.
This show is hosted by yogic instructor Padma who guides you through the path of yoga and meditation. The episodes are divided into four categories – Living Yoga, Blissful Living, Modern Meditation and Elemental based on their underlying core them.
Kris McIntyre, the host of Yoga TV, helps you start the day with Ki Yoga. This form of yoga uses dynamic yoga poses to help you infuse maximum energy into your day. In essence, this show is a physical fitness workout routine and mental stress buster all rolled into one.
Yoga and other useful stuff
Tara Stiles’ yoga program gives a new meaning to the word holistic development. In this show, she teaches you how to make your body more flexible and strong through yoga.
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