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CorePower Yoga Podcasts

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Description

Welcome to CorePower Yoga podcast. In our "Ask a Yogi" podcasts, commonly asked yoga questions are answered. If you've never tried yoga before and are wondering about its benefits or how to get started, you'll find your answers here. Each month we feature a new "Asana of the Month" video podcast, where you can gain a deeper understanding of postures commonly practiced in CorePower Yoga classes. We feature a new asana every month, so be sure to tune in! CorePower Yoga has 26 studios nationwide and offers Power Yoga, Hot Yoga, Hot Power Fusion and Yoga Sculpt classes as well as Lifestyle Programs and Teacher Trainings. For studio locations and class schedules, go to www.corepoweryoga.com. If you have found these podcasts helpful to your practice, please leave a review below.

Customer Reviews

Awesome Yoga Podcast - Tons of Good Information!

I'm glad I stumbled on this podcast. I've practiced at CorePower Yoga in Denver for years and love their classes. These videos will totally help me fine-tune my postures.

Good, but too much "stuff" before I get to see yoga

I enjoy the classes offered at Core Power yoga, but this podcast has too much "stuff" before you can get into the meat of the information. I don't want to sit and watch the long drawn out ad for the business each time. Anyway you can make this a video instead of still photos?

Cheesy Over Rated Exercise

CorePower has sucessfully compromised and commercialized Baptist's strain of so-called power yoga which, compared to traditional forms of yoga, wasn't that great to begin with (CP also compromises Bikrim hot-yoga as well, avoiding franchise fees to the developer). However, it is a fair form of aerobics, but for anyone truly interested in learning proper yoga and developing their practice (and their body) they would be much wiser to devote their practice time to one of the disciplined yoga varieties such as Hatha, Astonga, Anusara or Iyengar. I have formerly taken a number of CorePower classes and have almost always left with a feeling of dissatisfaction, whether the class was in Denver or San Diego. In my opinion, CORE stands for cheesy-over-rated-exercise which will lead to poorly constructed yoga poses. CorePower has been quite successful employing often cute female trainers, but you can have a quality class with a better instructor and often cheaper elsewhere. Traditional yoga has been around for 5000 years and it may be a sign of our times to think that commercializing it can make it better. Even on iTunes better choices are available. Namaste.

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