I am getting back to yoga after a sports/ankle injury, & still enjoy Leah Bracknell's excellent "Yoga & You". I popped into our local store & this was the only Yoga DVD that they had. I naively assumed that it would therefore be a good one. Unfortunately, having watched it through several times, I am disappointed.
To my mind, it tries too hard to be all things to all men (& women!), regardless of experience. As breath control is an essential part of yoga, the early breathing sequence has a terrible feeling of urgency about it - which I did not find calming in the slightest. There is little guidance given generally on how to use the breath.
The sequences are sometimes lacking in clear instruction, & found that I needed to keep my eyes on the screen for much of it, as the instructions could have been clearer. No doubt, with time you would be able to work without the DVD, but I would still feel happier going to a class to fine tune many of the postures & sequences.
Inspite of the locations chosen, the photography is very poor - random shots of bits of leg or arm, when you actually need to see what the whole body is doing! The music for much of the DVD is not particularly calming.
My advice is take the bits that are relevant to you, study them, then go to a class to master them properly.