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YOGA VIDEOS

We started making choreographed Yoga videos because our members asked us too. We have run our Health Club in St Ives, Cambridgeshire since 2000; and have an active set of instructors and clients - for further information follow this link.

We offer several styles of Yoga:

To get more detailed data on the Yoga we offer please go to the page titled Yoga. The benfits of Yoga to both the body and mind are recognized by most medical practitioner's, you we have detailed the data in the links.

Our members told us:

SUPPLIED YOGA VIDEOS

We supply seven videos on different topics and of different lengths per month. They can be viewed on a phone, tablet, laptop, desktop computer or smart television. The concept is that every day you can do 10 or 15 minutes Yoga; a major one hour session when you have time; and the class you attend. Using this approach you can easily achieve the NHS guidelines for exercise of about 150 minutes of moderate aerobic exercise per week.

Every month we supply:

We issue a new set of videos approximately every month. You are informed of the new videos being available via our Facebook page; so it is a good idea to "Like Us" so you receive these announcements.

COST

We want to give you the best service at the best price we can. So for devices with small screens we send you a video with lower resolution than is needed for larger screens - like on a television. By doing this we do not "eat up" your bandwidth (ref) nor provide you with high resolution images you jaust can't see on a small screen (ref).

The service for Phones and Tablets will work on larger screens but the resolution will be poorer.

Details of the costs are given below.
28 DAYS OF CLASSES for
     PHONES/TABLETS/LAPTOPS  £5.98
     SMART TV  £7.98
56 DAYS OF CLASSES for
     PHONES/TABLETS/LAPTOPS  £10.98
     SMART TV £14.98
84 DAYS OF CLASSES for
      PHONES/TABLETS/LAPTOPS £15.98
      SMART TV  £21.98
We issue new classes approximately every month.

WHY BUY WHEN I CAN GET IT FREE

We believe there are four reasons why you should consider buying your video classes:

We issue new classes approximately every month.

MULTIPLE USERS

Business users will need multiple access to the site to deal with the varying needs of their clients or colleagues. We supply heavily discounted rates to Guest Houses and Small Hotels and Manufactures.

INTERESTING NEWS UPDATES

Here we provide links to the stories we found interesting this month.

Desk Yoga

The Independent , SABRINA BARR

A series to help you exercise - for those tied to their desks

Over Ambitious Poses

Daily Mail , MATILDA RUDD

An article detailing how "Yoga injuries are skyrocketing for women in their 20s and experts blame ambitious poses by social media 'influencers'". This is why it is important to use a responsible supplier and not vanity videos!

Men & Yoga

Evening Standard , EDWIN SMITH

An article detailing how "Why men are taking up yoga".

Why Yoga keeps you super fit

Daily Mail, JANE ALEXANDER

Extract from Article
"Further research found other benefits: yoga could work for problems as diverse as low back pain to premenstrual tension and headaches.
If you haven't tried yoga before, there's never been a better time to twist and bend. Wherever you live, whatever your level of fitness, there is a class for you.
There's no excuse. Yoga is the perfect way to limber up your body and liven up your life."

YOGA IN THE WORKPLACE CAN REDUCE BACKPAIN AND SICKNESS ABSENCE

The Independent, DR NED HARTFIEL, RHIANNON TUDOR EDWARDS, January 2018

Extract from Article
"Just 60 minutes a week can have a very positive effect"

BIKRHAM YOGA

The Guardian by Nicola Davis, Fri 19 Jan 2018

Extract from Article
"Hot or not? Bikram no more beneficial than any other yoga, says vascular study"

HOT YOGA

Washington Post, Emily Sohn, December 30, 2017

Extract from Article
"My big piece of advice for people who want to try hot yoga is to take it slowly," Tracy says. "If you don't feel right, take it easy. If a yoga instructor starts yelling at you, remember you're a human being. You're not being held hostage." People with preexisting conditions — such as cardiovascular disease, back pain, asthma and diabetes — should consult a doctor before beginning a hot-yoga practice, adds Mace Firebaugh.