Saturday

3 NEW Element Yoga DVDs!! Beginer ~ Targeted Toning ~ Cardio & Conditioning

If you would like to try yoga, but have never done it,  you are in for a treat with these NEW DVDs.   For me, yoga helps keep my back in shape.  That is, if I don't get lazy and not do it.
Right before my scheduled trip to New York City, I put my back out of place.  Do you know what I was doing...??  Folding laundry.  That's it and I moved a certain way and Bam! Out went my back.  

I know a few yoga moves that help me stretch out, so I did those, and prayed it would stay in while I was on my mini vacation.  Thank goodness I didn't have a lot of problems. I tried to keep holding my stomach in so it wouldn't go out further.  Now that I am back home, I am working on strengthening it again.   Thank You To Melissa from Anchor Bay Fitness for sending me these DVDs.   She knows how good yoga is for body strength.

"Element Beginner Level Yoga" offers two 30 minute yoga practices: The Foundations Program and The Slow Flow Program.  It also includes a 10 minute guided meditation.  While users are learning the basic Hatha yoga postures and breathing technique, they'll grow more confident in their abilities as yoga practitioners.  The programs will increase muscle tone and flexibility.  The stand alone guided meditation will help anyone relax, feeling refreshed and centered afterwards.

"Element: Cardio & Conditioning Yoga" also has two thirty minute practices; one cardio and one toning.  In addition, it offers a 10 minute meditation segment.  The Cardio workout links poses together into Vinyasa flows to keep the heart rate elevated while building strength and flexibility.  The Conditioning program focuses on firming and strengthening the core and other major muscle groups.  The empowering meditation provides both inspiration and relaxation.

Alanna Zabel is founder of AZIAM Yoga and the creator of Yoga Barre (TM).  She is a registered E.R.Y.T.-500 yoga instructor, Pilates and fitness instructor with over 23 years of experience teaching yoga.  She was named one of "Hollywood's Hottest Trainers" by Shape Magazine in 2014.  Alanna is passionate about teaching holistic and organic wellness while helping others to discover their authentic self.  As one of the most sought after instructors in the country, Alanna's clients have included everyone from Hollywood executives and busy working moms, to Maroon 5's Adam Levine and NBA Rookie of the Year 2005 Emeka Okafor.

"Element: Targeted Toning Yoga" provides three 20 minute practices to tackle problem areas while providing all the benefits of yoga.  Who wouldn't want a leaner, firmer body and a clearer mind? No equipment is needed to build strength and tone muscles.  The three segments are: Glutes & Thighs, Arms & Shoulders and Abs & Core.

Meaghan Kennedy Townsend leads this video.  She has been teaching yoga for over 20 years.  Her celebrity clients include Drew Barrymore and Jim Carrey.  She helped establish the first yoga program to be offered to Harvard University and runs a yoga program for hundreds of at-risk middle and high school students at the Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools in Los Angeles.

About Anchor Bay Entertainment
Anchor Bay Entertainment is a leading independent home entertainment company celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2015.  Anchor Bay acquires and releases a wide array of filmed entertainment in the theatrical and home entertainment markets, including STARZ Original series, childrens entertainment, fitness ( Anchor Bay Fitness ), sports and specialty films on Blu-ray and DVD formats.  The company has long term distribution agreements in place for select programing with the Weinstein Company, AMC Networks and RADiUS, among others.   Headquartered in Beverly Hills, CA, Anchor Bay Entertainment www.anchorbayentertainment.com is a full service distributor in the North American market.  Anchor Bay Entertainment is a STARZ (NASDAQ: STRZA, STRZB business.  www.starz.com.

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13 comments:

  1. Yeah, the big movements don't put your back out of place, but the littlest thing can. Annoying haha yoga sure does help.

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  2. I think I should start the new year by doing these. I definitely need a beginner level, and this looks like a good one.

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    1. I need the beginner too. I know it can really be a great stress reliever as well.

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  3. I've always wanted to do yoga. I will check out these DVDs.

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  4. Ohh these sound so interesting, I would love to get back into ypga and these might just be the perfect way to do it. x

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  5. I would quite like to take up yoga, I am so unfit right now. I am going to try and get back into shape sometime this coming year now that my kids are big enough that I can't blame anything on babies anymore!! :D

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  6. I need to get into yoga again. I know it would help my horrible posture! Amber N

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  7. Gah that's the worst time for your back to go out, and I'm sorry to hear it. My DIL loves yoga. Her mom taught it to kids for years and it's something everyone in their family loves to do.

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  8. This is probably what I should do to get into yoga. I have some very, very basic knowledge but I need help!

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  9. I have never tried Yoga before. These DVDs sound great for relaxation and exercise.

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  10. It's a good time of year to start a program like this.

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  11. It's getting cold outside, and a stressful time. It's a great time for yoga!

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  12. I'd like to try that Cardio Yoga. I find traditional yoga to be a little too slow for me, but add in some cardio, I'm sure it would be a blast!

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