A REAL-TIME CHALLENGING SEQUENCE [IN 4 PARTS] TO BUILD STAMINA, TONE THE BODY, BURN CALORIES AND GET YOUR CARDIO IN! TRY WHAT YOU CAN, AND MOVE TOWARDS WEIGHT LOSS AND WHOLE BODY TRANSFORMATION, TODAY! With Sadie Nardini, Director of East West Yoga in NYC, author of the “Road Trip Guide to the Soul”, and Cretor of the “Core Strength Vinyasa Yoga Power Hour” DVD, both available on Amazon.com now! For more, visit www.sadienardini.com!

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  1. sadienardini says:

    Giving it your all is what yoga’s all about! Keep doing that, and you’ll go exactly where you’re meant to. All my love, sister! Sadie

  2. sadienardini says:

    That’s why you do the preparation lower, and a hundred times, until you gain strength, flexibility and confidence. Chip away at it–you’ll get there. Namaste! Sadie

  3. sadienardini says:

    Any time you feel like it is a good time. I find my body is more able to stretch at night, after a day of movement, so that’s when I practice, but lots of people prefer it in the morning. Go with your preference– and rock it! xo Sadie

  4. nica180keyboard says:

    hello Sadie..it’s very amazing to see a woman standing by its hands through her arm too. i don’t know how to do that. i can’t balance my body and I’m afraid to fail body from air..

  5. pcbharti01 says:

    Hi Sadie,
    You are amazing .. I just love the way you move your body..:) I wish I could do this too..:( Well, I want to ask you that what is the right time to do this.. morning or evening.. I do some simple asanas.. but want to try the one you do..

  6. Shajaynay says:

    I agree if you just keep practicing things do shift and you will find your self getting deeper and deeper into the poses.

  7. sadienardini says:

    Hi there,
    As always, students should consult their doctors before starting any vigorous exercise program. Most people are aware of this, especially if they have a medical condition. Women in menses can do any yoga pose, even inversions. That’s a myth that is not backed up by any medical science.
    Some people with high blood pressure can do many poses, it’s not a set rule. I would just say ask your doctor if inverting is OK for you or not, based on your specific situation.
    Namaste! Sadie

  8. Hi Sadie, thanks 4 such amazing videos. Theres 1 request though…..
    I hv heard that certain poses shouldnt be done by people with High Blood Pressure, Ladies in their Menses etc. Can u pls specify these details in ur videos too. It wld really help. Coz Ive heard that inversions sholdnt be done by ladies in those days n backbends r dangerous 4 High BP patients, Is it so, pls lemme know. thank u.

  9. sadienardini says:

    Just do what I did–chip away at it little by little…if I can get there, you can. I wasn’t a backbender at ALL when I started yoga. You gotta start somewhere if you want to get anywhere!

  10. thats amazing flow of backward bending poses.I wish i could reach that level.

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