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  • Luxe Yoga 2 years ago

    Morning Yoga with Tara Stiles

  • shannon marrotte 2 years ago

    Tara stiles is awesome

  • Breanna Pegg 2 years ago

    I really like this video. It is the perfect one for the morning because it
    wakes me up and loosens me up. I started doing yoga a couple months ago to
    help with healing after a car accident and when I first started Tara’s
    videos were hard for me. But now this is my favorite morning yoga! So if
    you find it hard or fast keep going! You’ll get there like I did.
    Thanks Tara!

  • Ariel Lampert 2 years ago

    loved the flow and your calm attitude. namaste

  • Brian W 2 years ago

    way too fast, jesus

  • Lana Karenina 2 years ago

    It’s too fast and totally appropriate for the morning. I wouldn’t even call
    it a yoga really…

  • greenleafturtle 2 years ago

    Hi Tara amazing and very inspiring video. For a somewhat beginner who will
    not be able to do all those poses at once, and not as fast, would you
    advise to first do less poses but fluidly move from one another on
    breathing, or first do separate poses to get the hang of them, one after
    another, and then introduce the moving to flow through them as a next step?
    And by the you are making this so beautiful to watch. The change from one
    pose to another, is it the straightest path to the next position we need to
    take, sensibly and slowly or is there a specific way to go about it for
    each? Just to know if i should focus on how it feels for me or if there is
    a specific way that needs to be used. Thank you

  • Jesse Gaver 2 years ago

    new day, new week, new routine

  • Dana Jones 2 years ago

    Definitely trying this tomorrow morning!

  • sonofaangelea 2 years ago

    this is one of my favorite yoga videos!!

  • NudeFood 2 years ago

    Need a little mid-morning/mid-day PICK ME UP? Follow this 11-minute YOGA
    session with @TaraStiles for a refresher!
    Morning Yoga for Energy!

  • BeneYVR 2 years ago

    Wow way too fast for me but this has inspired me to go and take a yoga
    class I want to be able to do this.

  • Taufa Fisiinaua 2 years ago

    Thank you Tara just what my morning needed, energizing yoga and porridge
    afterwards to warm down. 

  • Jodi Lovett 2 years ago

    The most sequentially , well instructed video I’ve seen. This continual
    movement, a twist to convention is fabulous. I’m going to practice this
    until I can be as graceful with such technique . 

  • Leona Devaz 2 years ago

    Hi Tara, Thank you for posting a great little routine. I will agree with
    most of the comments that the instructions are very fast and the you move
    through the transitions quite quickly. Some are more advanced moves,
    perhaps relabelling will help those seeking a bit more intense routine.
    Namaste.

  • EddyMedley 2 years ago

    Too fast. Surely this is meant for advanced yoga trainers.

  • Danielle Ervin 2 years ago

    Hello, I really like your videos and I appreciate that you are a talented
    yogi, but this is a bit too fast. As you are speed-talking in order to
    describe everything you are doing in the video it’s nearly impossible for
    me to follow. I’ve been doing yoga a long time and I think you are a
    valuable teacher and practitioner. Would you please make another video in
    which you consider a pace that your students can follow along with? Thank
    you! Keep up the good work. 

  • Jenny Magnes 2 years ago

    I love that routine! Tara is always fast for me. Thank God for pause
    buttons. Also, there is an error in the routine: Tara is on her right leg
    twice for the dancer and tree pose.

  • Upendra Rao 2 years ago

    Morning Yoga with Tara Stiles

  • Augusto Luci 2 years ago

    If u wont to wake up, mast be fast . . . Namaste

  • LIke the routine, but impossible do in the morning, I’m not that flexible
    right after waking up, during the day it is fine.

  • kraftsportNO 2 years ago

    OK. I appreciate the fact that you post these vids for free. I genuinely
    do. As a stiff lifter, I’m trying to become more flexible, and I thought I
    would try yoga. I could feel some of the movements in this video being very
    beneficable. However, everything just goes too fast for a beginner like me.
    I’m aware that you’re an expert when it comes to yoga, and this is probably
    done in your own tempo, that you’re comfortable with, but if you want to
    aim this at new folks, spend more time explaining the different poses, so
    that we can actually learn it. As it is now, once I’ve actually managed to
    position my stiff body into a certain pose, you’ve already jumped to the
    next pose. Perhaps you should label this video as yoga for experts, or at
    least for those that’ve been doing it for a while. Or is it perhaps so that
    it is hard to think about the fact that a lot of other people are not as
    fast and flexible as you? Remember what’s easy for you Tara Stiles can be
    quite difficult for somebody else. Yoga is also supposed to be relaxing,
    but the end of this video you’re all over the place, and actually causing a
    more stressful experience for me, to the point where I had to stop watching
    this video, and go find some other video. Perhaps I’m not entitled to
    complain as this is all for free, but that was my opinion! 🙂 Perhaps one
    day I will reach your level of expertise and workouts like these will be a
    breeze for me! :)

  • Stephanie Smith 2 years ago

    Do you have a little French in your background? A few words you pronounced
    sounded like they had a French accent peaking through :)

  • Kylian Sunn 2 years ago

    I like your videos Tara, but the instructions are way too fast for me to
    follow properly :/

  • Igabella 2 years ago

    Lol, 2 minutes in and I was done. I cant do that stuff…

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