I agree with the last two reviews: yoga for cheerleaders--thats approriate
"Ripping the heart out of yoga" thats even better
- the teachers actually try to teach students how to breath? They don't know how to breath!!! "Feel your breath"!!!! are you kidding-- NONE of the teachers have a real practice-- isn't that page 28 out of the manual? you read something and then can teach it?
Didn't they teach you that YOU have to have a practice to teach? if your teacher has tight hips or shoulders and they "claim" to have been practicing for "years"-- ask them in dog years or people years?
-- because I know all bodies are different-- but a real yoga teacher works on themselves first, can present their practice to their students--all yoga teachers can't do everything for sure-- but if they can't even take their own shoulders back-- ask them how long they have been doing it-- isn't it sad when a teacher tries to teach what they don't know-- or listen to all of their own made up stories of how they came to yoga for some debilitating situation-- I heard a teacher say she had been doing yoga for three years and she just finished training and she couldn't modify a student during class because she couldn't open her shoulders to properly demonstrate--- I left, never to return.
Beware students-- a class that is all about speed and nothing about alignment-- and you want to be distracted by music, a fast paced class because you are unable to sit still-- faster the better is what I hear about COREPOWER--
The real yoga community is not receptive to COREPOWER-- granted they have a business manager at the top--but commercial success does not equal good yoga-- after all, cigarettes are a billion dollar industry, and yet, here we are, don't we all know now, cigarettes aren't good for you-- beware of WALMART yoga-- no teacher worth a yoga class is working at COREPOWER YOGA--
Pros: pretty and shiny lights
Cons: everything else accept the lights