If you want the Yoga back story and Yoga, this is for you
8 January 2010
Summary: If you want the Yoga back story and Yoga, this is for you. If you just want Yoga, you just wasted your money on most likely wii fit plus and Yoga. For just Yoga, get the wii fit plus game. Some people might find this interesting, but I found it took too long to do anything and I was not so interested in the back story. It's up to you.
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! The Wii Fit and Wii Fit Plus offer much better instruction and talk you through the poses.
I agree with the bad reviews - this game should be better than it is
BR "BR", Amazon
1 January 2010
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. It's almost as though the Wii needs more RAM. There are no instructions about how to use the wii remote while in story mode. Feedback from the balance board is never explained.
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. The audio is poor (alot of static), and unless you have eyes in the back of your head, have no idea when the pose ends until the instructor says "bye".
Summary: Ich habe Yoga-Übungen schon mit Wii fit plus und Exerbeat gemacht. Da wird immer recht gut erklärt was man machen soll und auch wann eine Übung zu Ende ist. Das fehlt hier leider, denn bei vielen Übungen ist es einfach unmöglich, auf den Bildschirm zu schauen. Wenn man sich allerdings mit Yoga-Übungen schon etwas auskennt, gibt es ganz schöne Folgen zu bestimmten Themen (z.B. Rückenschmerzen oder für Studenten) die sich gezielt nachmachen lassen. Keine Kaufempfehlung!