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Shiva Rea: Daily Energy – Vinyasa Flow Yoga

  • Shiva Rea: Earth Flow Practice (30 min)
  • Shiva Rea – A M Energy Morning Practices 03 – Shakti Flow
  • Shiva Rea Daily Energy
  • Shiva Rea – A M Energy Morning Practices 02 – Body Mandala 108
  • Shiva Rea – Yoga Shakti
  • Shiva Rea: Daily Energy – TRAILER
  • Shiva Rea Daily Energy
  • Shiva Rea More Daily Energy
  • Shiva Rea Yoga: Prana Flow: Energetic Vinyasa
  • Go with the Flow Yoga – from Shiva Rea: AM Energy
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“” Inspiring to all””– Yoga Journal

Bring back energy, stamina, and balance every day with world-renowned yoga instructor Shiva Rea. Providing 7 20-minute practices, this program will assist you fit yoga into your hectic life every day without needing to repeat an exercise.

Practicing yoga daily, even for a brief time, can be more useful than a long, extreme practice every now and then. By tuning your exercise to your requirements every day, you'' ll acquire balance, composure, and serenity in your life. On a demanding day, attempt among the lunar programs for relaxation; when you have to be at your finest, select a stimulating solar practice, or put the 2 together to develop endurance and shape long, lean muscles.

With the adjustable Yoga Matrix, you can select from more than 2 hours of yoga to develop unlimited possibilities for longer practices. Open your heart, spark your inner fire, and experience the transformative results of day-to-day yoga with among the world’s most motivating instructors.

Product Details

  • Actors: Shiva Rea
  • Directors: James Wvinner
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR Not Rated
  • Studio: Acacia
  • DVD Release Date: December 1, 2009
  • Run Time: 168 minutes

Customer Reviews

Exactly why Shiva is my favorite

4 people found this helpful.
 on October 17, 2010
By Jenny G
I absolutely love this DVD. When I purchased it as it was first released I was in Physical Therapy for my knee and hip and really about the only flow I could complete was Shanti (which I love). After I graduated from therapy I found this was a wonderful DVD to grow with. The Fire sequence has become a favorite of mine and I alternate it with her agni namaskar flows from Surf Yoga Soul and Upper Body/Core. And Shanti is such a wonderful relaxing flow.

Great for beginners!

One person found this helpful.
 on August 24, 2014
By Corrine D. Jennings
This was the first Yoga video I’ve ever purchased, I’ve never taken any other Yoga classes, and I find this to be a great introduction to Shiva Rea Yoga. I was looking for something relaxing and not too strenuous, to help build some strength and flexibility and give me more energy, and this video has done exactly that. I’ve been doing it 5 days a week, for several months now and it has helped to improve my flexibility and balance and I feel stronger than before, even though I’ve always worked out. I used to use weights and machines but now I know that you can get a much better workout just by using your own body. The Earth and Water practices are much more calm and relaxing, while the Fire and Air practices are more challenging and energizing. I like how they are broken down into 20 minute routines that you can mix and match depending on your own personal preference. The 7 minute ab workout is also a great alternative to doing regular sit-ups or crunches and is very effective. I also find the music very invigorating and I think it fits well with the routines. The instructor clearly demonstrates and explains the different positions and I find it very easy to follow. I would highly recommend this video for anyone just starting Yoga!

Not for beginners, but a great DVD

One person found this helpful.
 on September 21, 2013
By Jane Weber
I like this DVD. I have only tried two of the 20-minute workouts so far, but they are just right for me. I really like the “Yoga Matrix,” which allows you to mix and match different 20 minute workouts, along with savasana, meditation, and a couple of other 6 minute options that I have not tried yet (one is “core” work). I have practiced using the “Earth” workout (20 minute vinyassa), which was quite a challenge for me at first because she sometimes fails to give verbal cues as to what is going on on the screen, not to mention that it is somewhat fast paced for an “experienced” beginner like myself. I call myself an experienced beginner because I have been practicing yoga off and on for 15+ years, but because of my age, my bodily limitations, and my lack of consistent practice, I have never advanced beyond doing beginner work. At first, I found myself “resting” in down dog for about half of the workout, but after about 6 weeks, I can pretty much keep up with it. Don’t let the 20-minute length fool you. I also purchased a DVD by Zyrka Landwijt (Yoga: Gentle Vinyasa Flow) at the same time, which I have been alternating with Shiva Rea’s Daily Energy. Zyrka’s 38-minute workout is much easier for me to complete at the end of a long workday than the 20-minute “Earth” workout, mainly because Zyrka’s DVD proceeds at a slower pace, which is easier to keep up with and which is not as exhausting. I highly recommend it for beginners.

Perfect for inspiring daily practice!!!

13 people found this helpful.
 on December 29, 2009
By Lauren N.
I am so excited! It is hard for me to get 2 hours to practice more than once or twice a week, but with this DVD, I can easily customize a 30 to 35 minute routine that is fully developed and hits the exactly the right spot. (You can also combine for a longer practice.)

Mostly Good

5 people found this helpful.
 on December 22, 2011
By CindyRose
I am relatively new to yoga, really only practicing the past few weeks. Initially upon beginning my yoga practice I had bought the Rodney Yee Ultimate Power Yoga, and then bought this Shiva Rea DVD upon recommendation from friends. The good: I absolutely LOVE her “Water” section. It is exhilarating, relaxing, and also a fairly decent Warrior flow. The “Hear-Air” section is fair, half of the section is doable for me as a beginner, the rest is a bit beyond me right now. The more advanced series also seem to offer a challenge for those who have been practicing a while, and I hope to grow into those segments as I continue my practice. I also enjoy the solar and lunar meditations. The bad: I was actually really disappointed in the “Earth” segment, which is supposed to be a foundational sun salutation flow. I feel there is a vertical element missing to her flow, there is not much in the way of standing back bends, volcano poses ect, which leaves me feeling unfulfilled and not fully stretched.

I’m so grateful for Shiva Rea!!

5 people found this helpful.
 on January 4, 2010
By Trish 🙂
The reviewers before have posted great details about the actual asanas and flows in this DVD, so I will add that I truly appreciate the hard work and care that Shiva Rea puts into this and all her DVD’s.

At your own pace..

2 people found this helpful.
 on December 20, 2013
By Idyleyez
Shiva Rea’s style is moderately paced. The key ~ do these asanas at your own pace(listen to your body) til strength is built to perform some intermediate or advance poses. There is a yoga matrix in which you can create yourself and preset practices. Another helpful hint is to watch each element (corresponding asanas for each) and then practice them. A slower pace combo is Lunar meditation/shanti/forward bends/savansa(this works for me)Water is slow pace too but to each its own.


9 people found this helpful.
 on February 19, 2010
By Sheryl L. Burleson
I am relatively new to yoga and love it. I think it is the best all-around exercise that exists. I have attended a couple of classes and have 2 or 3 videos. I also have checked out various books from the library on yoga. I find all resources helpful. I had not seen any of Shiva Rea’s videos until I bought this one, and according to the reviews this is the best yet. I love this video. I find some of the segments extremely challenging, but instead of discouraging me, she makes me feel that I could actually become as good as she is one day. After all, she’s been at it for many years. The matrix is great, because it lets you select what you want to work on. I haven’t even tried the preset practices, because I feel I can make my own combinations on the matrix. Shiva Rea is extremely limber. Watching her, you might think you could never be that flexible, but the way she progresses from one asana to another, you continually work to your edge. After about 2 weeks of doing this video (not every day), I already see a big difference in my ability to stretch, and I had already been doing stretch exercises for some time. Somehow, the way she leads you through it, you don’t notice the pain as much. For the first time I understand what yoga practitioners mean by being “in the present”, about focusing on your breathing. It is truly liberating, because it means your not just lying or sitting there in a stretch position thinking, “Ow. This hurts. How soon can I get out of this position?” Also, I’d like to add that her voice is excellent for this type of video. I have many exercise videos, and very few of the instructors’ voices bother me, but hers is exceptionally soothing. It is low and calm. I usually have to exercise while my husband is trying to sleep, and because her voice is so low-pitched, I don’t feel nervous about the t.v. waking him up like I do with some of my other videos. The music is perfect, too. It’s not distracting, but rather is perfect for background. The video would be less appealing without it. I suppose this might not be the best video for a total beginner, but I have very little experience and it works well for me. Once you know the basic asanas or poses, you can do this. I don’t say you can do every bit of each segment, but that is the beauty of it. You push yourself to do just as much as you can, and it’s amazing how much more you can do each time you practice. I am really inspired. Ever since I started yoga, I’ve thought that I’d like to be an instructor one day, but thought I’d never be good enough. This video has inspired me. I’m thinking, though it may be years, that one day I’ll be able to do this well enough to teach others who want to learn it. This video is worth the investment. Oh, and just as an aside, I was influenced by the plug for this video in last month’s Fitness Magazine.

I love this whole dvd

 on April 14, 2017
By Kim
I love this whole dvd. Depending on how I am feeling I cam match my work out with streches and yaga routine for that day. I think she does an awesome job keeping you in the yoga amd getting you through it. This DVD chamged my life and how work out. Just great!

Shiva Rea Daily Energy

2 people found this helpful.
 on June 27, 2012
By Amazon Customer
This is the first yoga DVD I have bought. I currently take two classes a week (power vinyasa) and was interested in building a home practice.

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