Yoga Zone: Postures for Pregnancy

Yoga Zone: Postures for Pregnancy

Director:  Cast: Alan Finger

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Noted yoga instructor and Yoga Master Alan Finger designed this yoga workout specifically for his wife Greta to use throughout her pregnancy. Each exercise addresses the different needs the body has during pregnancy. For example, the postures help align the body to carry the baby in the most comfortable way for the mother and the baby. Each exercise promotes strength and greater flexibility. Intended for beginner to intermediate students. ~ Laura Mahnken

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Release Date: 11/16/1999
UPC: 0741952610533
Original Release: 1997
Source: Koch Vision

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Alan Finger Instructor

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Yoga Zone: Postures for Pregnancy 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I got this dvd, used it the first night. Some of the poses were harder for me, but I tried them. I kept up. Pushed myself. The next am, my whole entire body felt like it use to feel after a good work out at the gym! It was awesome!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I got a great work out and also found this DVD very relaxing. It helped me to stay stress-free and focused during my pregnancy. If you are a believer in the practice of Yoga, you may also find some of the techniques helpful during labor. It's a real-life workout, nothing too flashy or difficult. I still use this DVD, even after the baby.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this video. The first time I did it, all the postures, the next am i was sore, as if I went to the gym and worked out! They are fairly easy to do, and only held for a short time each. You can pick a posture that may help you on a particular day or with a particular ache. I always feel more firm after completing this video.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I just received this video today and was extremely disappointed. I kept waiting for the actual yoga session to begin. the whole video/dvd is very boring with no music. All you hear the whole time is the man's voice describing what to do....it's like an instructional video rather than an actual yoga workout.