Yoga for Beginners | Weight Loss Yoga Workout, Full Body for Complete Beginners, 8 Minute Yoga Class

Yoga for Beginners | Weight Loss Yoga Workout, Full Body for Complete Beginners, 8 Minute Yoga Class

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In this video, Jen shares the basic yoga poses included in her Weight Loss Yoga Workout. These poses are safe for the complete beginner and modifications are offered to advance the poses. Great for fat burning weight loss and building core strength.

Jen teaches classes in Austin, Texas at Black Swan Yoga.

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50 thoughts on “Yoga for Beginners | Weight Loss Yoga Workout, Full Body for Complete Beginners, 8 Minute Yoga Class”

  1. The majority of the beginning yoga videos I’ve seen move too fast for me, or don’t offer modifications for the TRUE beginner who doesn’t have the flexibility required to do the pose completely/correctly.  THANK YOU for going slowly, and particularly for offering adjustments to the poses.  The explanations to get the pose just right were extremely helpful as well.  Looking forward to being able to do these poses as gracefully as you!

  2. This was my first time ever doing yoga. It was very challenging, but I’m looking forward to a stronger and healthier body.

  3. I’m a 30 y/o strong guy.
    Yesterday i had my Back-Workout and something went wrong. Backpain… So. Today i woke up and thought: Ok…you heard a lot about it so lets do it. First yoga Experience ever in my Life. I have to admit that this was awsome. I can Deadlift 400lbs but this here is hard Work and my Back feels a lot better afer just 8 min.
    Thank you Jen Hilman
    we will see again 😉

  4. You make it look way too easy I think I fell over like 3 times and felt so out of breath. Weird as I am a national tennis player and elite athlete.

    1. +josef southcombe Same! how ccan this be so exhausting? my legs are really tight tho cant reach the ground haha. Since you posted this 11 moths ago, did it get any better?

  5. Ma’am I want to say just a one thing. It was neither too hard nor too easy. But I really liked it. It was originated in our country ( india ) so feeling good about it. I tried it today and liked it. Thanks for providing a good foundation.

  6. I have been suffering from sciatic nerve pain since November last year. I’m fine when I am standing or walking, but to sit is a proverbial pain in the buttocks! I recently discovered that the kneeling chair is beginning to help a great deal. People keep telling me I should try yoga…so here I am, giving it a try. First try, I got thru it. I feel good, accomplished and will try again tomorrow morning. Thank you for the great introduction to yoga. I feel the timing is perfect for someone just getting started. Would recommend viewing the video a time or two before participating for a great start!

  7. i must have incredibly short arms because when i drew my foot between my hand i could no longer touch the ground with my right hand my knee was in the way and i had the pose dead on…. 🐙

  8. damn!!!it seems totally easy but in my first attemp i fell on my hand while that pose of puting one leg between the arms and…. crack!!!! my thumb got almost broken!!!! but i wont give up and once the ice does its effect…. ill continue trying!!:) my today’s possitive attitude

    1. Drew A exercises were used by indian warriors in between battles, 3 thousand years ago to keep them fight-ready. Most ‘excersizes’ or soft arts come from ancient warriors, tai-chi, aikido, kalaripayatu, karate, most if not all have yoga-esque excersizes to accompany the fight training. imagine being tight af and trying to weild a sword in battle with shield in one hand, and making complicated manouvres on the battlefield, being muscularly tight meant being killed. Many many years later, men have little need to fight (true hand to hand combat, that is) and all that is left is the remnants of fighting ways of old, yoga, martial arts, & basic weight training. Though old fighting systems (and weapons) are still used today through martial arts clubs, sports etc

    1. I personally hate doing yoga when full. It can get really uncomfortable. And any time of day works. Waking and before bed are both great, as well as after a hard day of work.

    2. It’s best to wait at least a half hour after eating, but a completely empty stomach may make you feel light headed and dizzy so be mindful

    1. here’s several suggestions for using yoga reduce weight
      Find a suitable program locally or online and stick to it
      Do yoga with a colleague so you have someone to help you
      (I learned these and the reasons they work on Betwans Yoga Blog site )

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