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  1. You can, but you will burn about 50 calories that way, so if your goal is weight loss, do it for at least 30 mins, or do some of my other videos in addition. If you want to effect real change, you have to commit to asking more of your body than you do now.

    xoxoSadie

  2. You could get a Yoga for Beginner’s DVD, Rodney Yee has some good strong ones out. Or you could just do this and when your body stops you within a pose, or trying to get into one, hold it, and work there at your edge until you can progress. I will make some more Beginners’ flows soon too–stay posted!
    xoSadie

  3. Absolutely–rest in Child’s Pose or come to sit for one minute anytime you need to catch your breath. I would stay warm though and not stop for too long, or else warm up again with some Core Salutations or Sun Salutations when you begin again.

    Namaste,
    Sadie

    xoSadie

  4. I hope it’s challenging! That means it’s transforming you. Ask more of yourself, and ye shall receive, right;)

    Namaste!
    Sadie

  5. 15 years, and I can tell you from experience that if you commit to even 3 days a week, it will change your body–and your life.

    xoSadie

  6. You can do this, and you can also do some others, like my Power Half Hour and Core Sun Salutations…
    welcome to yoga!!

    Sadie

  7. Hey there–
    Check out my comments above, and do what feels best for your goals. If you feel tired, congratulations–you worked out! Keep it up, and your body willl adjust and you’ll soon feel happy and energized as well as feeling like you worked your body.
    Have fun!! xoxo

  8. Hey–
    You can just do as many as you want in 1/2 an hour, but I’d end with a stretch like Pigeon Pose [see the video for that] and make sure to rest on your back for 2-3 minutes afterwards to reset your body into the new alignment as you cool down.
    Have fun!
    Sadie

  9. Hi there,

    I sometimes eat a little about 30 mins before practicing and it’s fine. Do your practice any time you can–life is busy, and do it when you feel like it, so you’ll be more likely to stick with it! I’m a night practicer, not a morning, but lots of people love the morning. Do your yoga, and all good things will come.;) Sadie

  10. Absoutely–didn’t even know I could do it! I’m yoga savvy, not techno;)
    I will see what I can do, and check back for more, and slower postings!!
    xoSadie

  11. Thanks! Glad you think so…:)
    Yes, the DVD is great for weight loss, and does many of these same moves, but slower!
    xoSadie

  12. YES–you will totally lose weight doing a vigorous form of flow yoga like this…but you also have to eat well…do both and you’ll see a big improvement!
    Sadie

  13. It’s not advanced, but even strong beginners can do it if you practice it, learn it, and then do it at your own pace once you do. Just don’t do the whole move, but as much of it as you can. This video is a cardio flow, which means to keep your heart rate up, you keep moving. Try my beginners videos- I have a lot of those too!;)
    Sadie

  14. Hey there,
    you could try my Power Half Hour series or any of my other videos, most of which are pretty intermediate already! For further instruction I’d see a yoga teacher in person and inquire about where you are now, and how to progress in your poses. It’s hard for me to know your capability without seeing you, you know? xoxoSadie

  15. I’d do it, then repeat it till I had a 30-minute practice OR you can get my 30 and 60 minute Yoga for Weight loss videos on my SadieNardini page!!
    xoSadie

  16. Thanks! The posture came from yoga, My mom always used to tell me to stand up straight, but the yoga MAKES me stand up straight;)
    Sadie

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