Any DVD's available for folks with moderate to severe joint involvement do to arthritis?
I am a yoga instructor, 64 yrs. old and am now finding that a fast moving vinyasa practice is not helpful for my knees and joints in general. Rodney Yee's Am workout is great for me and I love it...but, I would like to see more DVD's for older adults who relish their yoga but can no longer jump and move quickly,. I believe yoga can be a central component to all our lives as we age. Is this being addressed?
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I had a severe wrist injury two months ago and now cannot put any weight on my left wrist, so I cannot do some of the common vinyasa practices. Even though I am not technically a beginner, I like Yoga for Beginners best now; it is very slow moving, emphasizing accuracy overall, and it gives me time to get my yoga block in place to support my forearm in postures like Downward Dog.
I agree, it would be nice to see a DVD that addresses accommodations for those with different joint injuries and diseases.