Forrest Yoga DVD is available in the stores now. Forrest yoga was adapted from Hatha Yoga and was created by Ana T. Forrest who is a yoga instructor.
This modern yoga style is famous for its long and holding positions emphasizing a person to go through intense workout by connecting with their feelings of undergoing physical and emotional agony.
Benefits of Forrest Yoga DVD
Ana T. Forrest, the founder of Forrest Yoga creates a fusion of Yoga with native American ceremony to heal any suffering stages in a person ranging from addiction to disorders.
Forrest Yoga is a intensive focused practice that requires the practitioner to go through vigorous postures to remove the binding pain and agony they suffer in both their physical and emotional life. Based on her own experience, Ana T. Forrest discovered the remedy for her agony by Yoga and modified them so that the future generations can benefit from it.
The advantage of Forrest Yoga is it does not require strength or flexibility and needs only four important points:
Breath – through breathing exercises, you will be able to revitalize every cell in the body.
Strength – the difficult poses are intended only to help you cure yourself by pushing yourself to the extent thereby freeing them by toxins.
Integrity – By commiting practice, you take your steps into becoming an expert which in turn benefits you by relieving you from your fear making you more able, confident by tailoring your integrity and self-awareness
Spirit – Connecting with your inner self brings you freedom from your suffering making you walk while your spirit leads the way.
Ana T. Forrest brings you Fierce Medicine: Breakthrough Practices to Heal the Body and Ignite the Spirit on Forrest Yoga in amazon for $4.88 (hardcover-used), $13.17 (paperback) and kindle format for $6.52. Several Yoga DVDs related to Forrest Yoga are available in your nearest store.
The book on Fierce Medicine: Breakthrough Practices to Heal the Body and Ignite the Spirit has received positive reviews with 4.4/5.0 ratings with people. Based on her own life’s experience, Ana T. Forrest shares some of shattered life not as a victim but as a powerful woman who overcome those circumstances with high spirit.
On the con side, certain people feel that Ana Forrest writes more about her life rather than Yoga. The book, Fierce Medicine: Breakthrough Practices to Heal the Body and Ignite the Spirit also needs more postures and detailed info about them. In certain situations, she openly criticizes her parents, her spiritual gurus from whom she learned yoga. In conclusion, this book turns out to be a biography than a Yoga book.