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Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2009
PraiseMoves: The Christian Alternative to Yoga, DVDLaurette WillisHarvest House Publishers / 2006 / DVD$12.99 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 73 Reviews
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20-Minute PraiseMoves: 3 New Workouts to Fit Your Busy Schedule--DVDLaurette WillisHarvest House Publishers / 2007 / DVD$12.99 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 18 Reviews
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Thousands of women have found a faith-building Christian alternative to yoga in Laurette Willis’s previous DVDs, PraiseMoves™ and 20-Minute PraiseMoves™. Now, the Power PraiseMoves™ DVD adds a new dimension to Laurette’s exercise program, a dimension that will attract those who
- are ready to take their PraiseMoves® workout to a new level
- are looking for a physically challenging Christian alternative to yoga
- are specifically interested in a flowing, high-energy workout without the spiritual dangers of power yoga.”
A 40-minute power workout and a longer 50-minute workout are enhanced by shorter segments for warm-up and for abs strengthening and toningmore than 120 minutes totaland a bonus booklet features photos and descriptions of PraiseMoves postures.
Exercise enthusiasts will be delighted as they increase their flexibility, lose weight, ease stress, and nurture their prayer life and Scripture knowledge. A superb source of whole-person health and rejuvenation for believers’ daily walk with God.
Laurette Willis, the founder of PraiseMoves®, is a Women’s Fitness Specialist and certified personal trainer, as well as a popular keynote speaker and an award-winning actor and playwright. She has produced the videos PraiseMoves™ and Power PraiseMoves™ and written BASIC Steps to Godly Fitness.
Hogrt66Steinhatchee, FLAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Love this whole seriesAugust 3, 2012Hogrt66Steinhatchee, FLAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I haven't done the entire workout yet but I love her other DVDs and the 20 minute workout is the best for my schedule. I now have another routine to do.
jubilee4 Stars Out Of 5April 15, 2010jubileeI have always avoided yoga like the plague. For several reasons: I couldn't see how such funny looking poses would do anyone any good. I also shied away because I knew I would be asked to "empty my mind." And then I tried yoga with a different dvd series and I hated it. It was incredibly difficult and I was completely uncomfortable physically and spiritually. I decided that yoga just wasn't worth my time and I didn't want to have to block out one more thing, spiritually speaking.So, now you understand my skepticism. Yet, I must admit to a bit of curiosity. Is it possible to mesh my Christian faith with a highly regarded and difficult exercise program that has it's roots in Hinduism?The more I thought about it, the more indignant I became. The world has taken so much from us: from the commercialization of Holy Days to perverting words that have to be exorcised from our vocabulary for fear of offending someone. Why not take yoga and claim it for Christianity? I decided to give it a try thanks to the publishers who provided me with a copy - no strings attached.It was still hard physically. But I don't mind a challenge. And I love the fact that Scripture is used to fill my mind instead of being asked to empty my mind and focus on myself. Listening to the Scriptures given and the music in the background truly helped me to relax mentally and loosen up physically. I appreciated the cues the narrator gave so that I could actually figure out how to get into each pose. And there are suggestions on how to ramp up each pose for those who are advanced.There is also a handy booklet that can be slipped into a purse or back pocket that outlines each pose in case you are traveling.So, if you are into yoga or just think you might want to try it, then I can confidently recommend this dvd to you. Me? I think I'll give the dvd a second and maybe even a third try before I completely give up on being limber enough to pull it off and keep it up as a routine.