Duncan Wong - Yogic Arts: Awakening Level & Source Power [2006 г., Йога, DVDRip, ENG] (Видеоурок)


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Awakening Level & Source Power-
Год выпуска: 2006
Страна: USA
Жанр: Йога
Язык: Английский
Перевод: Отсутствует
Продолжительность: 01:05:35 + 01:55:56-Описание:
Являясь синтезом виньяса-йоги, буддистской телесной практики и тайского массажа, Yogic Arts есть воплощение атлетической и артистической сути йоги. Она придумана и развита йогом от бога Дунканом Вонгом, и в ее власти - полностью изменить вашу жизнь. Готовы ли вы к этому?
Многие знаменитости тренируются под его руководством и берут его в свои туры в качестве наставника. Теперь и вы имеете возможность по-настоящему погрузиться в бодрящую дух и тело программу Дункана Вонга. И не важно, насколько высок уровень вашей физической подготовки. Yogic Arts объединяет науку, познание духа и искусство — ключевые аспекты таких древних практик, как буддистское гун-фу*, аштанга-йога и тайские методы оздоровления. Yogic Arts — это высокоэнергетическая, текучая йога, нацеленная на системную тренировку кора. Это - настоящая йога — атлетичная и эстетичная, и она способна полностью изменить вас.-Yogic Arts - Awakening Level - Уровень пробуждения
Эта часть включает в себя следующие разделы: 1) кисти и плечи; 2) серия поз воина; 3) раскрытие бедер. Вы можете выполнить программу полностью, или выбрать одну из двух предложенных последовательностей, или же выбрать из меню какие-либо сегменты для отдельной проработки. Это видео высокого разрешения, драматически поданное в черно-белом цвете, само по себе вдохновляет и будоражит воображение. Так пусть же пробудится ваш сильный и властный воинский дух!
Уровень: Начальный - Средний-Yogic Arts - Source Power — Источник силы
Суть этой части — воинская концентрация и выразительность: воин света, путешествуя сквозь пространство и время, устраняет сомнения и противоречия, он дышит в одном ритме со Вселенной, трансформирует Прану и возвышает человеческий дух. Вы научитесь объединять отдельные движения в один непрерывный поток и почувствуйте, как ваши сухожилия и нервы напитываются гибкой силой и энергией, ваш разум проясняется, воля фокусируется, дух расширяется. Это видео высокого разрешения, драматически поданное в черно-белом цвете, не только бросает вызов вашему телу, но и само по себе вдохновляет и будоражит воображение. Вы можете выполнить программу полностью, или выбрать одну-две коротких последовательности, или же выбрать отдельные сегменты из меню. Так пусть же воин внутри вас станет по настоящему сильным!
Уровень: Средний - Продвинутый-* Согласно некоторым источникам, гун-фу на китайском языке буквально означает физическая культура, работа с телом вообще (в т.ч. и таолу), а кунфу - исторически сложившийся термин, искаженное гун-фу. Несколько смущает тот факт, что в оригинале аннотации употреблено словосочетание типа «корейское буддистское гун-фу». Корея-то как в китайское гун-фу попала? (прим. переводчика)-В каждом из DVD предлагается 3 варианта тренировки... Вы можете сформировать для себя любой из этих вариантов (или создать СВОЙ собственный), так как каждая полная тренировка разбита на составляющие фрагменты... Под спойлерами с названием видео вы найдете меню DVD и перечень блоков в каждом из предлагаемых DVD вариантов. Это поможет вам сориентироваться в составлении вашего урока.
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Duncan Wong - Yogic Arts - Awakening Level - 00:57:32 + 00:08:03

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FULL WORKOUT: Intro, Prana Prep, Bandha Basics, Energy Practice, Wrist Therapy, Shoulder Session, Warrior Serios, Standing Set, Gluteal Ground Work, Hip Opening and Core Floor Flow Series, Backbends and Finishing Poses, Savasana-Awareness Level Workout: Energy Practice, Warrior Serios, Standing Set, Backbends and Finishing Poses, Savasana-Enlightening Level Workour: Prana Prep, Bandha Basics, Warrior Serios, Hip Opening and Core Floor Flow Series, Backbends and Finishing Poses, Savasana

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-Awakening Level Bonus Features
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Duncan Wong - Yogic Arts - Source Power - 01:43:44 + 00:12:12

-FULL WORKOUT: Intro, Prana Prep, Bandha Basics, Energy Practice, Wrist Therapy, Gluteal Ground Work, Shoulder Session, Warrior Salute, Kicking Sequence, Standing Set, Hip Openers, Core Floor Flow, Back Bends & Finishing Poses, Savasana/meditation-Source Flow: Prana Prep, Bandha Basics, Warrior Salute, Hip Opening, Core Floor Flow, Gluteal Ground Work, Back Bends & Finishing Poses.-Source Force: Energy Practice, Warrior Salute, Standing Set, Back Bends & Finishing Poses, Savasana.

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Source Power - Full Workout
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A synthesis of Vinyasa flow yoga, Buddhist Gung-Fu, and Thai massage, Yogic Arts is yoga at its most athletic and artistic. Developed and taught by yogi to the stars Duncan Wong, it has the power to change your life. Are you ready?
Celebrities train with him and take him on tour. Now you can experience Duncan Wong's exhilarating mind-body workout no matter what your fitness level. Yogic Arts blends science, spirit, and art - celebrating tenets of the ancient systems of Korean Buddhist Gung Fu, Asthanga yoga, and Thai bodywork. Yogic Arts is vigorous, flow-based yoga that focuses on core conditioning. It is yoga at its most athletic and artistic, with the power to transform you.-Duncan Wong Yogic Arts: Awakening Level
This beginner to intermediate practice include wrist and shoulder sections, warrior salutations, and hip openers. You can do the full practice, choose from one of two shorter preset sequences, or choose individual segments from the menu. Dramatically filmed in high-definition black and white, this stimulating workout is a feast for the imagination as well. Let it awaken your strong and powerful warrior spirit.
Уровень: Начальный - Средний-Duncan Wong Yogic Arts - Source Power
At the heart of this intermediate to advanced practice is the warrior consciousness: the light warrior, journeying through time and space, eliminating dualities and divisions, breathing with the rhythm of the universe, transforming Prana, and elevating the human spirit. You will learn to link movements into a constant flow, your every sinew and nerve lubricated, oxygenated, invigorated; your intellect sharpened, your mind focused, your spirit expanded. Dramatically filmed in high-definition black and white, this challenging workout is a feast for the imagination as well. You can do the full practice, choose from one of two shorter preset sequences, or choose individual segments from the menu. Let it strengthen the warrior within you.
Уровень: Средний - Продвинутый--Born and raised in Northern California, Duncan Wong is a martial arts champion and talented massage therapist known as one of the world's best yoga teachers. His instructional style emphasizes precise body alignment and energetic flow.-Подробные отзывы с Амазона

Duncan Wong Yogic Arts - Awakening Level

Duncan Wong's Yogic Arts – Awakening Level is an interesting combination of styles that should intrigue and perhaps even enlighten many users. A lot of yoga and other exercise videos make lofty claims about what they'll do for you, and this is no exception. Boasting that it offers "the power to transform you," Wong's routine, which he variously describes as "a synthesis of yoga, martial arts, and massage" and "an alchemy of science, spirit, and art," may fall a little short of that promise; nevertheless, Wong is certainly on the money when he notes that "breath is the key," and the "Prana Prep" first step focuses on the importance of pranayama, including kapalabhati (the "breath of fire") and ujjayi. Yet while Wong's directions are clear and precise, these are two reasonably advanced breathing techniques that no beginner can be expected to master without considerable repetition and perhaps more detailed instructions than are provided here; in general, newcomers should consider checking out all of these routines at least once before actually doing them. Elsewhere, the video's "Energy Practice" and "Gluteal Ground Work" sections incorporate a number of movements (kicks, thrusts, etc.) that will be familiar to martial arts practitioners, while other chapters contain many common yoga asanas, including downward- and upward-facing dog, warrior I and II (again incorporating some martial arts arm movements), hip openers, forward and backbends, lunges, stretches, extensions, and twists. Wong also includes sequences focusing primarily on the wrists and shoulders; he also spends a good deal of time stretching and flexing the toes and tops of the feet, two areas that don't get a lot of attention in most yoga workouts. Challenging but not especially rigorous, the DVD includes two 30-minute workouts drawn from elements of the hour-long main program.
This beginner to intermediate practice includes wrist and shoulder sections, warrior salutations, and hip openers. You can do the full practice, choose from one of two shorter preset sequences, or choose individual segments from the menu. Dramatically filmed in high-definition black and white, this stimulating workout is a feast for the imagination as well. Let it awaken your strong and powerful warrior spirit.-The DVD includes one full length practice as well as two shorter practices. The DVD is well chaptered and is filmed in widescreen. Set up is similar to Yoga Shakti where each chapter is titled and makes up a separate part into itself. There is no yoga matrix however.
Chapters are:
Prana Prep
Bandha Basics
Energy Practice
Wrist Therapy
Shoulder Session
Warrior Salutation
Standing Set
Gluteal Ground Work
Hip Opening and Core Floor Flow Series
Backbends and Finishing Poses
Savasana
The practice begins with breathing exercises. Duncan does an excellent job with this, going through a number of different breathing techniques. Since he is not wearing a shirt you are really able to see what he is doing with his body to deepen his breath. From there he precedes into a variety of different poses.
The practice is a flowing routine, but not in the classical sense. There are no typical sun salutations, and Duncan seems to give a martial arts feel to the standard yoga poses. There are very few down dogs but many kneeling dogs to upward dogs (I'm not sure that is the correct term.)
The practice involves a lot of elements that I have not seen in other practices. The wrist therapy section was excellent and the Gluteal Ground Work reminded me of Billy Blanks meets iballet (I appreciated the uniqueness of it).
Truthfully I'm having a hard time describing the practice because the routine is very different from the norm. My overall impression is that I really enjoyed it. It is completely different from anything else I have and definitely fills a void. I've discovered a new favorite yoga move, the scorpion. =)
gripes - My one big quibble with the practice is that at times it feels like Duncan is trying to accomplish too much and doesn't give you time to enjoy this wonderful pose he has just shown. Also since the practice is geared towards beginners, intermediates, there are portions where you are just begging him to go into crow or a full down dog, but it just doesn't go there.
summary - This is a unique practice that I really enjoy. I really look forward to trying his more advanced routine.-The entire DVD is played in B&W in a beautiful studio w/Eastern sculptures & art. Duncan is on a simple hardwood floor with a natural mat & narrating the movements with simple, beautiful Eastern fused music. It has an artsy feel, beautiful use of lighting, very beautiful. The menu selections are: Full Workout, Awareness Level workout, Enlightening level workout, Chapter Index, Bonus Fatures.
FULL WORKOUT:
Intro: 2 min
Parana Prep: kneeling & deep abdominl breathing or kundalini breathing & other very deep breathing w/crossed legs for 2 min. Bandha Basics: More beathing while standing & torso to knees for 3 min.
Energy Practice: while standing, matching a myraid of arm movements w/breath. QI gong like. Some squats, cat stance for a second, partial arm eagle yoga poses, great arm/shoulder stretches & spinal/side stretches for 4 min.
Wrist Therapy: Using child's pose, downard dog, kneeling, hands/knees & finger & wrist movments to help rid of tension & stiffness from wrists for 5 min.
Shoulder Session: modified lungeshands/knees w/shoulder stretches, great idea of partially standing on foot to gently pull the shoulder, w/elbows/hands on floor, on knees, lift knee to stretch shoulder & etc. for 6 min.
Warrior Series: chair pose, crouching tiger, crow pose prep (but full crow is very hard to actualy execute), downward dog, warrior 1, shoulder stretching, cobra, lifting leg in downward dog, moutain, etc. for 5 min.
Standing Set: moutain, child, cobra, warrior 1, warrior 2, side angle, triangle, leg stretch, twisted kneeling side angle, side angle, lifted leg on hands/knees, etc., repeated on other side for 5 min.
Gluteal Ground Work: hands/knees, kicking straight leg out & towards head, side kicks, stretching hips, then other side for 3 min.
Hip Opening & Core Flow Series: knee to chest stretching in many directions, supine & straight legs raised w/arm movements & then crunches & other ab strengtheners, spinal stretches, plow, etc. & repeated on other side for 8 min.
Back Bends & Finishing Poses: knee to chest, plow, rocking, bridge, almost half wheel, plow, fish, downard dog, cobra, etc. etc., breathing & breathing while holding body up, reclined butterfly/cobler's pose for 7 min.
Savasana: corpse pose relaxation & guided meditation & breathing & being aware of your body.
Awareness Level 30 min: has Energy Exercises, Warrior Series, Standing Set, Back bends & finishing poses & Savasana.
Enlightening Level 30 min: Parana Prep, Bandha Basics, Warrior Series, Hip Opening, Back Bends & Finishing touches & Savasana for 5 min.
BONUS FEATURES:
Gung Fu Demonstration: awesome kicks, balance & strength with him talking over about philosophy, community, what martial arts gives you for 2 & 1/2 min.
What are Mudras: the old definition & new term about hand placement to help pose & body awarness, that healing pressure points & striking points are the same, it's the intention that decides how the body is effected, etc. for 2 min while showing some hard yoga poses.
What is a Bandha: old definition & core muscle contraction, he explains it beautifully while showing some very hard yoga poses for 2 min.
Downward Scorpion Adjustments: Same studio, a female, with her trying to get the right aliment of the move which looks kinda like downward dog w/raised bent knee & him helping to adjust her.
Beautiful pictures seperating each portion, he is great w/body awareness, knowing muscles to stretch & best way before moving on. There are many stretches I've never seen before that felt great. This is best for people who are somewhat active & basic knowledge of yoga & not too many limitations in joints. Other then muscle tiredness, I had no trouble keeping up or doing the positions or exercises.
The only part I was disapointed in was the Energy exercises since there are so many arm movements & very few cues & all done normal speed 2x. Other stretches also could use more cues to make sure you stretch right, if you don't fel it, you're in the wrong position. I do not in any way recommend this for people who've never done yoga before.
I felt much more energized, calm, centered & grounded whenver doing this workout. I recommend this to anyone with decent flexibility, into increasing their body awareness & finding a way to feel more positive throughtout the day/week.
You can get idea of this DVD with very beautiful video clips on his site at yogicarts for wrist therapy, warrior series building, etc. that look similar, but not exactly to this dvd.

Duncan Wong Yogic Arts - Source Power


I originally borrowed a copy of Source Power to try it out. I've done martial arts since I was a child and yoga for about nine years, the idea of a fusion of both is fascinating to a fanatic of both disciplines like me. I had tried Budokon with good results but it is simply a good yoga session followed by a basic karate session. (Budokon is highly recommended but hardly the fusion it promises to be).
Source Power is the most advanced yoga DVD I've ever done. As preface I'll say that the very first time I tried it I had just had a hurtful conversation with a friend and needed to get "my body moving" lest I fell into a sad stupor. By the time I finished I felt better than I had all day. I jumped into the full workout without having first watched it (something I recommend people do). The video is shot in black and white and is aesthetically pleasing. Intermingled with the workout are a series of close-up footage shot in 9mm (not something I've ever seen in a yoga video) to better show the poses. The work-out is also shot in a diagonal angle to the viewer, which if different, it's also a little frustrating when trying to figure out some of the moves that are first done opposite the viewer. After the first couple of sections (Energy, wrist stretches, etc.) I felt good and thought I was on easy street. Then the real fun began!
The following sessions included a series of hip-openers, kicking and handstands woven into a challenging series of sun salutations. Wong keeps a certain amount tension in his body, reminiscent of some Chinese martial arts, something I am not used to and don't really like but time will tell if there is something to be learned from that. One does not perform this workout to learn how to fight, but the influence of martial arts is well developed; one does not feel the gears grinding from going from yoga to kicking/punching, they are part of a workout that flows extremely well, very seamless. Wong performs them flawlessly and his mastery is something worth shooting for. I felt "fight ready" when I finished.
I expected the session to last the usual 45 minutes (like every other "long" yoga video/DVD I own) but this thing went for almost two hours! There are however, two other shorter workouts to choose from which are basically the long workout broken into particular segments. Wong finds a way to take the more generic salutations a step further and make them more challenging than anything I've done outside a class. He keeps this in mind and often reminds the viewer "Something to work towards" or "This is intense"... Yeah, no kidding, Duncan!
There are several poses, such as handstands that I never thought I'd see on a DVD. Most inspiring is that Wong directs you in such a way that with practice (albeit a lot of practice) one can achieve the same mastery; this DVD gets you moving along toward that goal.
Like most things well done, there are several layers to Source Power. The workout is decisively physical while the mudras help you (supposedly) to connect to more subtle energies. I don't buy that stuff as much as I used to as a teenager but knowing what the mudras mean and putting one's intention on the attribute they represent helps the mind strive for it. There's nothing metaphysical about that, it's just how the mind works.
The end of the workout is a little halting. Wong leads the viewer to a small meditation (twice) and then goes on to a Crow pose and some other poses, before finally ending with Shabasana (sp). I thought this was a little askew; going from one extraneous workout to meditation to a few more poses (which at that point don't add to much) seems a bit unfocused. Then again, the fact that so much care went into this video makes me think there might be something to that strange sequence and I'll be sure to edit these comments when I've had a chance to become more familiar with the workout.
Power Source gets big points for conceptual originality in presentation and in the workout. This is not the cookie-cutter Yoga DVD/video Gaiam kept putting out years ago (although I still recommend those, in spite of some outrageous flaws). Wong is pushing the paradigm here and hopefully others will take notice.
The only thing I can think of that could have improved the DVD is the camera work. The angle works for me but a second camera shooting from the opposite angle would help better understand some of the poses. Also, the cover mentions, "massage" as one of the ingredients in the fusion, but it only appears once in the entire workout. A fact I'm willing to overlook since I didn't like it.
For my money, Power Source is the best and most advanced yoga DVD I've ever done. Kudos to Acacia for putting out this series, which along with Shiva Rea's, are the most original, well thought-out workout DVDs in the market right now.
---Update 6/28/08---
I'm updating this review as I said I would after working with the DVD some more. I have to admit the session felt better before; my personal style is trying to achieve full relaxation while performing poses and Wong's approach seems to use too much tension for my taste. It should be said one does not have to follow all his movements to the "T" but at least I like to be "in sync" while I'm being taught something.
The ending (meditation/Crow pose/meditation again) did not feel right to me then and nor does it now. It is disjointed from the rest of the video and Wong seems to be following his own personal preferences rather than something people watching would benefit from. I personally don't.-Just like his first in production, beautiful quality & content, the workout feel, pace, etc. is the same, just goes a little harder then the first. Just like his first, this is foremost stretching, body awareness, yoga & some martial art poses.
The entire DVD is played in B&W in a beautiful studio w/Eastern sculptures & art. Duncan is on a simple hardwood floor with a natural mat & narrating the movements with simple, beautiful Eastern fused music. It has an artsy feel, beautiful use of lighting, very beautiful. The menu selections are: Full Workout, Source Flow Workout, Source Force Workout, Chapter Index, Bonus Fatures, Audio Setup (w/ or w/o narration).
FULL WORKOUT:
Intro, Prana Prep, Energy Practice, Wrist Therapy, (Gluteal Ground Work missing here), Shoulder Session, Warrior Salute, Kicking Sequence, Standing Set, Hip Openers, Core Floor Flow, Back Bends & Finishing Poses, Savasana/meditation, Credits.
Source Flow: Prana Prep, Bandha Basics, Warrior Salute, Hip Opening, Core Floor Flow, Gluteal Ground Work, Back Bends & Finishing Poses.
Source Force: Energy Practice, Warrior Salute, Standing Set, Back Bends & Finishing Poses, Savasana.
BONUS FEATURES:
Gung Fu Demonstration: awesome kicks, balance & strength with him talking over about philosophy, community, what martial arts gives you for 2 & 1/2 min.
Mudras: 5 min of showing hand poses & explaining: Intention, dragon claw, grounding, awakening, contemplation, mind cleansing, yogic seal, cupping palms, golden ball, jnana, yin yang & master mind.
Adjustments: Same studio, him helping a woman into poses such as downward scorpion, cobra roll prep, standing cobra roll, swan pose, double pigeon pose & giving additional detailed instruction.
Beautiful pictures seperating each portion, he is great w/body awareness, knowing muscles to stretch & best way before moving on. There are many stretches I've never seen before that felt great.
This second DVD is much more physically demanding then the first in terms of both flexibility & physical strength (a lot of crow/holding body up with just hands, some handstands, etc.) This is best for people who are at pretty flexible or very, at least a beg/itnermediate or better yoga practitioner & almost no or no joint limitations. Other then muscle tiredness, I had no trouble keeping up or doing the positions or exercises (skipped over any handstands though & only doing 2-3 portions at a time).
I felt much more energized, calm, centered & grounded whenever doing even part of this workout.
You can get idea of this DVD with very beautiful video clips on his site at yogicarts for wrist therapy, warrior series building, etc. that look similar, but not exactly to this dvd.
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