Summary: The Kinect has a reputation for being unreliable. But whoever programmed this game did it with only one body type in mind. Since you use ALL of your body as a controller, you will not be able to beat several of the games, unless you have a thin waist and VERY wide hips. Not butt, but hips.
Summary: Works for well to encourage exercise with Spinal Stenosis, general rehabilitation, as well as meditation and restful states of mind. Awesome music, too. Easy to spend more time on. Just wish more than one person could be on it at a time.
Summary: The condition of this product although used was spectacular and brand new. The games are fun with some more challenging than others, and the meditation part of the game is very well guided without breaking your concentration. For those seeking enlightenment or just wanting to feel better overall, I would highly recommend this game for you.
Summary: I was surprised by this product in way I never imagined. I had been suffering with a sciatic nerve problem for months, agonizing, and in one session of play for the muladara/earth chakra, it was fixed! I'm not saying it will fix your sciatica, but I am saying it fixed mine and that you may be surprised to find what little miracles come with your body, mind, spirit play. :) It is fun, pleasant, invigorating but not over stimulating. I enjoy it!
Sadly mediore but don't let it taint your opinion of Deepak Chopra
1 February 2014
Summary: Well, I got what I paid for. I am a big fan of Chopra. But, after a while, this game felt more like work then meditative. I get that it should elevate in challenge. But, when the response time makes you so impatient that you easily fall out of having fun and talk back to the screen like how much farther do I need to stretch to make the game work for me, it discourages anyone who practices regular yoga. This may work for kids but this has little replay for me.