Power Yoga for Weight Loss & Belly Fat, Beginners 20 Minute Workout at Home, Total Body Routine

Power Yoga for Weight Loss & Belly Fat, Beginners 20 Minute Workout at Home, Total Body Routine

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Power Yoga for Weight Loss & Belly Fat, Beginners 20 Minute Workout at Home, Total Body Routine

Sanela, Joy & Myra help you burn fat and build strength. Target belly fat and glutes in this Beginners Power Yoga Workout. This yoga flow is effective for all levels.

Sanela teaches private yoga lessons and classes in Austin.

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33 thoughts on “Power Yoga for Weight Loss & Belly Fat, Beginners 20 Minute Workout at Home, Total Body Routine”

    1. There are a few components to doing yoga to lose weight. One plan I found that succeeds in merging these is the Yaras yoga tactics (google it if you’re interested) without a doubt the most helpful plan i’ve seen. Check out the amazing information .

  1. I’ve been practicing yoga for over 15 years and seriously disliked this video. Two of the girls had extremely hyperextended elbows on the push-ups and the downward dogs, which is an easy thing to correct (micro end the elbow) if you are experienced. And the push-ups were way too fast. It wasn’t a mindful yoga practice. As well, for beginners, it’s important to start slowly and cool down a bit at the end. A quick savasana would have been a good idea. Stick to Yoga with Adriene videos. Far superior.

    1. Bianca W It’s not really about different strokes when there is a potential for injury. Don’t copy her form if you do this video. Hyperextension of the elbows in downward dog is never recommended, and rushing through poses doesn’t allow for full expression of the asana or proper warm-up of the muscles.

    2. I’m talking about the mindfulness aspect. Still like it, and the rushed aspect of it. I know how to warm up and cool down on my own.

    3. Bianca W that’s great for you, but everyone may not know the proper form and they could get hurt. That gives yoga a bad name.

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  2. this is great and hard lol, I modify a bit doing 10 full pressup instead of 8 on my knees, I also either push my forward fold longer to really work my hamstrings or stay in chair pose until my quads get the hump with me lol I stay in plank after the pressup instead of doing up dog aswell

  3. Sanela you are great! I love your yoga practice all the time. My sister and I are beginners and this works best for us. We love it so much. We sweat all the time. We love you Sanela!

  4. I’m a begginer, and I can do this, I think it depends on everyone. And it’s not more slow because is yoga to lose weight.

  5. Hi love your yoga but am fr himayala nepal, it’s freezing cold forget about sweating it’s difficult to warm up … what to do?

  6. I understand it’s power yoga, but it’s way too fast. Also extremely repetitive, got bored after 9 minutes of doing the same over and over.

    1. I’m investigating yoga to lose weight and found a fantastic website at Betwans Yoga Blog (google it if you are interested)

    2. Thanks for your very interesting post, here are a few more tips on how to get fit with yoga…
      Take a deep breath out: Often we equate yoga with some tough poses. And aren’t you sometimes concerned that: “I can’t even touch my toes, how can I do yoga?” Yoga is not about touching your toes, or stretching 98 degrees to your north-east. It’s a simple process of uniting with yourself – using your breath, body and the mind. And it’s easy and effortless.
      Yoga A New Dimension to Life: It is best to start learning the yoga practice under the guidance of a qualified yoga teacher who can lead you through the correct way of doing each technique. This would help you learn yoga postures properly and avoid possible injuries. Some of the philosophies or techniques taught in yoga may be new. It is a good idea to keep an open mind as it will help broaden and enhance your yoga experience.
      Simple wearing, high thinking: Wear comfortable clothing while going for the yoga class or when practicing yoga at home. Also, avoid wearing belts or excessive jewellery as it could get in the way of yoga practice.
      A lighter stomach aids to your yoga practice: it’s advised to practice on an empty stomach or at least 2-3 hours after your last meal. Also it’s advised to at least have 3 to 4 litres of water during the day as it will help you to flush out the toxins out of the body which are released during your yoga practice.
      Set the tone right before you start: Sukshma Vyayam or gentle warm-up exercises help loosen up the body and prepare it for the yoga postures coming ahead.
      (I read these and the reasons they work from Betwans yoga blog website )

    3. PsycheTruth I’ve been investigating yoga tips to reduce weight and discovered a great resource at Betwans yoga blog (check it out on google)

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