This is the first “best of” compilation yoga DVD that I’ve seen, with Shiva Rea repackaging previously filmed yoga sequences in a unique and interesting way. Thirteen yoga sequence segments… Read More→
This fun and sweet DVD has two separate 20-minute programs that are suitable for beginning level students. Hemalayaa is a beautiful and lighthearted instructor who creates a harmonious mix of… Read More→
Practicing 108 pushups in this tough and challenging yoga program sounds intimidating (and a little crazy), but it is surprisingly quite doable due to the modifications, relaxed do-what-you-can attitude, and… Read More→
This top-quality yoga for beginners DVD contains two 30-minute programs: an energizing morning yoga practice and a calming evening practice. Elena uses her soothing voice to give straightforward yet detailed… Read More→
Musician, activist and filmmaker Michael Franti shares his love for yoga with the intention of cultivating inner peace and spiritual activism. Jivamukti founders David Life and Sharon Gannon instruct this… Read More→
What happens when a 5,000 year old spiritual practice comes to America? You get Yoga Inc., a fascinating combination between the ancient East and capitalist America. This captivating documentary explores… Read More→
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There are three classes of devotees. The lowest one says, "God is up there," and he points to heaven. The mediocre devotee says that God dwells in the heart as the "Inner Controller." But the highest devotee says: "God alone has become everything. All things that we perceive are so many forms of God."