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linda | 2 months, 1 week ago
The pace is way too fast for a beginners class where someone is watching online. By the time I've figured out what she is doing, she is half-way through the next pose. Suggestion: there should be a separate "execution" class that teaches the how-to's of each pose - breaking each pose down slowly so a complete beginner can learn how to do each pose properly. For more advanced students, this class could be skipped.
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Iris Aguanta | FMTV | 2 months, 1 week ago
Hi Linda, we appreciate and greatly value your feedback and suggestion and will pass this on to the team ❤️ Here are some other yoga series for beginners that you might also want to try: https://www.fmtv.com/series/yoga-for-beginners and https://www.fmtv.com/series/pure-beginners-yoga. I hope this helps 😊 ~ Iris
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Desiree Toledo | 2 months, 1 week ago
You can always pause and rewind until you get the hang of it.
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Anne Marieke | 22 hours ago
Thats always a problem with even every beginners class yoga, though I agree it would be nice if there was an absolute beginners yoga challenge that focuses on just one or two poses per session and gives plenty of time for beginners to reposition because we typically arent that flexible (yet) to move around so fast from one to a next pose. What I do now is first watch the session passive or without expectation to get the hang of it, and write down the posses. Then there are usually tutorials somewhere online and just focus on one pose at a time. Well aware that a 7 day challenge takes much longer this way, but for yoga its in my opinion quite important you learn to do it the right way straight away for it to be effective as you also mentioned. When I still had access to my Nintendo Wii I had great help with the Fitness Coach there to learn all the poses, but I left my Wii in my birth country, and didnt have luggage space yet to take it home with me. I came quite far with that help and I miss it.
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