Summary: I was disappointed in this wii product. There are a very limited number of poses; the routines are short; and there are almost no verbal cues in the routines, so that you have to keep looking at the screen to see what to do next - hard to do yoga properly and keep looking up!
I agree with the bad reviews - this game should be better than it is
1 January 2012
Summary: My first disappointment was with the awful audio. To have dvd audio sound like the microphone was right up against the person's lips is poor quality in this day and age. My next disappointment was with the kludginess and wait times of moving from scene to scene.
Summary: I waited for this to come out and asked for it for Christmas from my boyfriend. I was expecting a very cool, interactive yoga flow type game, where you had routines to select and actually got a real workout. Unfortunately this is not the case.
Summary: I have to join some of the other reviewers in giving this a poor review. I expected this to be an extended version of Wii Fit's Yoga session, but it wasn't. Very limited game. The Story Mode is useless. The other modes offer either individual poses or a fixed routine.
Summary: If you want to learn about the history of yoga, this is fine but the training and routine modes are disappointing. You don't get a proper workout, and the whole thing is very disjointed. The yoga on Wii Fit Plus is much better and easier to use.
Summary: The yoga workouts / sessions are not very customisable, you can chose from: i think it was eight sessions entitled things like; back; atheritus. None of which seemed to apply to me who just wanted to mix things up a bit.