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  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Momentum Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: 26 Dec. 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000BOFRJY
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 43,634 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Popular TV presenter Jayne Middlemiss fronts this yoga fitness guide, designed to sculpt, shape and tone your body as well as enhance overall well being. Two separate routines ease the viewer into the programme, before building on core skills.

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4.1 out of 5 stars

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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Noames on 30 Jun. 2006
Despite my initial doubts I really do like this workout. I usually avoid 'celebrity' workouts like the plague but this one really is worth taking the time to try it out.

I have been doing yoga consistently for about a year so I went straight to level two as level one looked a bit basic. Level 2 is perfect for me although I am not the most flexible person in the world I am getting there. I am able to do most of the asanas to a satisfactory degree while I still have a way to go to get into a few of the positions fully which provides a nice enough challenge for me and I won't get bored of the workout too quickly. Another thing I like is that Jane is very much in the background, meaning no talking or interruptions from her and Ryan the yogi does all of the talking and his voice is quite soothing. I find his instructions to be very good and aimed at the right level, guiding you through so if you are used to yoga you know exactly what you are supposed to be doing without having to keep turning to look at the TV. I also like the fact that the positions are held for a reasonable length of time. I have a few yoga DVDs where this doesn't happen and you really feel the difference.

I rented this DVD as part of my free DVD rental trial and I'm glad I did. I will definitely buy it and be using it on a regular basis.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 1 April 2006
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At last a Yoga DVD that is just as good and beneficial as going to a Yoga Class. fantastic
My local Bikram class finished last year , and I have been looking for something just as good . This is brilliant .
What would be good is if LoveYoga2 is made ,it can include a few of the Bikram postures as well .
otherwise brilliant , money well spent !
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By black kat on 14 Jan. 2008
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I have a modest library of about 20 yoga DVDs (and growing) and this one has by far the best relaxation session of the bunch. It's long and leisurely, with subtle, floaty music and just the right amount of guidance from Ryan Spielman to induce complete physical and mental relaxation. I find the shavasana lacking in different ways (too short, too talky, music too upbeat, etc.) on many of my other DVDs, and often use this one - it's chaptered as a separate practice - at the end of other workouts.
By the time I get to the relaxation I've usually earned it. Ryan Spielman teaches a strong, well-aligned posture flow. It doesn't say so anywhere on the disc, but there's an Iyengar flavour to the proceedings. He pays due attention to the placement of feet, the angle of a knee, the turn of a neck and so on. Timing wise, his cueing is spot on.
For the moment I'm content at level one - designed for beginners, but fairly challenging. It's a grounded, thorough set of sun salutes and standing poses with long, testing holds. Then floor work - back bends, some powerful hip stretches and forward bends. Level 2 moves on faster and deeper - I'll get there some day, I hope.
I have to confess I hadn't heard of Jayne Middlemiss when I ordered the DVD. I thought she was the yoga instructor. She takes the same approach as Ali McGraw on the (wonderful) Erich Schiffman workout - staying silent, and letting the master speak. Result: two beautifully executed, expertly taught yoga sessions, filmed amid gorgeous scenery. A+
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Gemma on 6 Mar. 2006
The DVD has two stages - level one, and level two. I've never done yoga before and I think level one is a good starting work-out - all the postures and the breathing are explained thoroughly, and you go through the poses at an easy pace.
I have now just moved onto Level two. This is a lot harder and quicker and poses that I hadn't done before in level one are moved through quickly and not explained fully. Therefore, for me, level two has been a bit disapponting and I think you need to go to some classes to compliment the workout - basically so you know what you're doing!
That's why I only give it 4/5 stars. Plus the fact that Jayne is very annoying in the video diaries. Luckily, she doesn't open her mouth throughout the routines.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 6 Jan. 2006
After not working out for at least a year (!) I decided for my new year's resolution (of course) to get a move on. I bought Love Yoga because I really like Jayne Middlemiss, and was pleasantly surprised to find the beginner section of the program to be perfectly suited to my level of fitness. It was challenging yet not too much so that I ever felt discouraged. I would recommend this yoga DVD to anyone who regularily does yoga or who wants to try it out. I'm addicted!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By C. P. Costouros on 9 Mar. 2009
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I have been practising yoga for the last 7 to 8 years on and off (mostly off...) but for the last 3 months and since stopping smoking I have been practising almost daily. Throughout all the previous years I have collected more or less every yoga dvd available on Amazon but I can truthfully say that this dvd is by far the best in all the fronts.

First of all it is great value for money as it offers two practices: one for beginners and one for intermediate practitioners. When I started practising yoga 3 months ago I was very out of shape so I started with Level 1 which admittedly was quite a challenge for me... I did it first thing in the morning and was then exhausted for the rest of the day. I also found the length of time that the poses Warrior 1 and 2 were kept was too much for my thighs. But, surprisingly, after one month of daily practice my strength had improved dramatically and I moved on to Level 2. I can do Level 2 now comfortably although due to the fact that I am not very flexible I use a belt for the seated forward bends. The best part is however, that after practising in the morning I no longer feel like I am ready for another 8-hour sleeping session but rather, ready to go through my day! So the improvement is noticeable (and I am 31 years old, not 20!).

I have literally tried all the other yoga dvds available, Rodney Yee, all the Gaiam ones, and all the other "celebrity" yoga dvds available and this is by far the most thorough yoga workout. It's vinyasa flow, so, for me, that means that it's neither ashtanga nor strictly hatha, i.e. it's not going to kill you aerobically but it's also not going to bore you and you are going to sweat if you are reasonably fit and less. For the fitter people or advanced practitioner it would probably be too basic.
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