Summary: I practice yoga whenever I can and I like the routines on the the wii fit plus when I need something quick. I was very disappointed in this. How are you supposed to do the poses with your head twisted at the screen all the time? The instruction was very poor. They did not walk you through the poses properly or guide you at all, so you felt like you were always missing something.
Summary: Do not waste your time, you're going to end up driving back to the game store to return it!!! This game is AWFUL!! I've been doing yoga for a long time, and was so disappointed! The graphics are ridiculously horrible! And I can't decide if the sound is just as bad, or worse. They don't explain the position at all, or describe how to do it correctly! If your new to yoga, you WILL hurt yourself!
Summary: I just started to take yoga this year. I've found it enjoyable and it has definitely improved my flexibilty and health. So when I saw this game and more so that it had some historical info on yoga and its history etc (I'm a little bit of an information freak) I was excited to see what it was all about. Plus the balance board feature attracted me as well since my balance is terrible.
Summary: At first I was skeptical, but since we already have a Wii console in the house, we decided to get the game for those rainy Sundays when both the kids and the adults are stuck indoors with nothing much to do. It’s not the kind of screaming great fun that one can have with party and quiz games and mostly it’s our elder daughter playing. The boys have been making fun of her but I suppose they’re just jealous and want to use the Wii to play other games.
Summary: When I got this from my girlfriend I was like l0l, what? But we gave it a try and it’s actually not bad. There is a guru who talks about a lot about the Ancient Art of yoga & such and you get to do weird tricks like stand on one leg and fold the other one up and hold your arms just right and try not to not fall over, and it measures if you lean too much to the left, like I always do.
Summary: I was shocked when at age 40 I was diagnosed with a whole range of potentially life-threatening conditions including way too much cholesterol and high blood pressure. I gave up smoking and deep fried food, and started Yoga exercises. That was in 1997. Today, I am an active Yoga practitioner, and in *much* better health than I was those twelve years ago! I bought the game to try and get my son Brian (17) into Yoga, and we tried it out together.
Summary: The game itself is not good at all. There is no instruction while your doing it, they just call out moves. For someone who doesn't know yoga very well, it was not a great thing. Actually found it more dangerous given that I had to keep looking at the screen to see what I was supposed to do next.
Summary: I bought this wii game before any reviews were written, and boy do I wish someone who'd warned me about this. Putting a pretty face (some model I've never even heard of) as the covergirl must have been an attempt at distracting from the awful production. A really important aspect of instructional Yoga is breathing and balance, but this game does not touch on either. In fact, the instruction is not only vague, it is at times wrong!
Summary: I waited anxiously for this game to come out and boy what a waste of time and money it turned out to be. Shame on the creator. I had such huge expectations. The game has several bugs and even froze up on me once. I explored the DVD completely (at Christmas time) and haven't touched it since. Too bad!