Hatha Yoga is a DVD release by yoga teacher and massage therapist Kathy Jansen.
How Hatha Yoga works
Hatha yoga consists of postures (asanas) which involves lot of physical and mental regulation that stretches, strengthens the muscles making them flexible and lean. Choose the postures as per your level of mastery in Yoga and experience immediate relief from stress or any pain that you are suffering.
Hatha yoga consists of three parts:
1. Breathing (pranayama)
2. Postures (asanas)
3. Meditation (dhyana)
In short, controlled breathing soothes our mind. Pranayama is beneficial for our respiratory system and aids the breathing rate. Similarly, asanas such as forward bending, twisting and other postures motivate our body to get stronger. The final aspect of dhyana increases our concentration power making you more control of your emotions.
Hatha Yoga consists of various categories such as Shiva Samhita, Rocket Yoga, Jivamukti Yoga etc. For eg: Jivamukti Yoga includes adhering to five principle, shastra (scripture), bhakti (devotion), ahimsa (non-harming), nāda (music), and dhyana (meditation) and is currently a trend amongst many celebrities.
Hatha Yoga DVD on the Forgotten Coast
Hatha Yoga DVD on the Forgotten Coast: Uniting Body, Mind & Spirit (its quite a mouthful) is created by Kathy Jansen who is a professional Hatha Yoga teacher, certified massage therapist and owner of Riverfront Therapy Inc. in Florida.
The Hatha Yoga DVD on the Forgotten Coast is basically for beginners, intermediate and experts on Hatha Yoga.
Kathy Jansen presents 180 minutes of well directed and appropriate yoga instructions which has been set in a beautiful gulf coast scenery. Kathy Jansen provides apt explanations combined with the know-how of various poses along with the teachings of Hatha Yoga. She has included a new technique known as “Brain Gym” to help people who have kids suffering from motor-neuron development.
All the three levels of Yoga can be easily followed by anyone. In fact, people have posted in certain websites that by the time they reached only three sessions, they could see improvement in their ability to tackle balance as well as relaxing their mind.
On the other side, some claim that the voice is not clearly audible and the camera work does not match upto the expectations.