Gaiam Releases 3 New Yoga DVDs

Focused on three different styles of yoga, Gaiam released new DVDs for both the beginner and the experienced yogi.

Rodney Yee Power Up Yoga – A combination of cardio and strength-focused yoga practices from renowned yogi Rodney Yee, this new DVD takes a total-fitness based approach to yoga, emphasizing strength and flexibility. It is designed to increase one’s overall fitness level.

CorePower Yoga: Calorie Blast Yoga – This new DVD brings three ultra-efficient toning and fat burning yoga workouts that can be done at home. The three routines ignite one’s metabolism and burn calories to transform the body from the inside out.

Maya Fiennes Yoga for Real Beauty – Offering a fun, uplifting and inspirational routine, this DVD is designed to stimulate all of the chakras, or energy centers in the body, in order to achieve happiness and harmony. Following the Kundalini practice, Maya Fiennes uses powerful motions, chanting, and breathing to help viewers create and welcome beauty into their life.


Gaiam Releases Two New Yoga DVDs

Two new yoga DVDs are now available from Gaiam featuring Rodney Yee and Maya Fiennes. The first, “Rodney Yee’s Core Centered Yoga” helps views learn the importance of the core center in getting fit and finding balance in the mind, body and spirit. Featuring five different workouts ranging from 7 minutes to 15 minutes, it also includes a bonus download called “Life Balance Meditation,” which is 5 minutes long.

“I am very excited for the release of Core Centered Yoga because it is a concept I have always been passionate about,” Yee said. “It has been a great experience to once again work with Gaiam to create this DVD, which teaches how to be in sync with the core to build strength through fluid alignment and mindfulness.”

The second new release is “Maya Fiennes’ Yoga for Real Life,” which is based a 60-minute DVD based on Kundalini yoga. Fiennes, a successful classical pianist and performer, takes viewers through a series of exercises to awaken the chakra energy centers of the body via breathing techniques, movements and mantras.