Temple Goddess Workout
Temple Goddess Workout
A Fusion Practice of Yoga and Indian Dance
This fun and captivating workout is a delicious fusion of Yoga and Indian Dance that slims your waist, tones your abs, bottom, and thighs, and gets you glowing like a Goddess! The moves are playful, elegant, graceful, and sensual, and will make you look and feel amazing.
Indian dancer and yogini, Revital Carroll, has choreographed luscious phrases, set to the exotic world-groove music of Prem Joshua, that will transport you to the enchanting temples of ancient India. By practicing the routines in this 85 min. DVD, you will be burning calories, developing core strength, and sculpting your whole body; all with fluid grace and a smile on your face!
Two Temple Goddess Workouts: 20-minute tune-up, and 40-minute complete workout
Cool Down: 20-minute stretch out and cool down segment
Foundations: Tips and nuances to maximize your workout experience
I always knew I was very lucky and blessed to have you as a teacher. Now I realize how precious each class was, and I’m so grateful to have the experience of learning Odissi dance and Yoga with you.
I’ve been watching my temple goddess workout dvd almost every day for the past 2 or 3 weeks. it has been the perfect practice for me to center, balance, strengthen, and stretch. it is beautiful to watch. Your voice is so melodic, calming, and focused. your instruction is great!
Watching you is inspiring, and helpful. Your movements and pace can be slightly challenging yet its very accessible, and can be followed with ease (even if it isn’t easy).
I’ve been neglecting my inner strength and dancing goddess lately. School keeps me at a desk for so many hours and it can be difficult to stay balanced in body, mind, and spirit. I want to tell you that I already feel the strength and stability returning to my legs, elongation of my spine, opening and flexibility of my knees, hips, shoulders, and heart. The back-bends and forward bends are restoring vitality to my low back. The balancing exercises were difficult at first but a very achievable and satisfying goal to work towards.
I miss your class very much, ( although i don’t really miss chauka #1 so much), and I recently found the notebook/journal I kept while practicing odissi that is filled with notes from class and bits of goddess wisdom. I’m glad to have it and practice again. - Hilary Marshall, graduate student in physical therapy, AZ