What every best Yoga Videos has:
- A knowledgeable instructor with excellent form.
- Voice-over/cuing options.
- Modifications for different skill levels.
Inviting setting and bonus materials. Filmed in a bright, inviting room that opens onto a flower-filled patio, reviewers say "Yoga for Your Pregnancy's" setting is relaxing and unobtrusive. The accompanying guitar music is similarly soothing and minimalist, they say. Production quality gets high marks in general. The program focuses on strength and relaxation, making it ideal for morning and evening workouts. They also like the DVD's discussion of how to use yoga for peace and strength during labor, as well as its inclusion of a postnatal workout to increase flexibility after delivery.
Pace isn't as slow as other prenatal programs. Most reviewers say "Yoga for Your Pregnancy" is ideal for women of all fitness levels, including beginners. But some say it moves a little more quickly than other prenatal yoga programs and might not be as ideal for those who want to take things very slowly or want total relaxation. The program includes modifications for women who need less difficult poses as well as for those who want more of a challenge, and cues are well timed. A couple of moves use a chair, blanket or pillows as aids. The DVD consists of a 30-minute "energizing" workout, a 15-minute "relaxing" workout and a short postnatal workout.