CorePower Yoga® for Beginners

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CorePower Yoga® for Beginners

Trevor Tice

One of the fastest-growing yoga studio chains in the U.S., CorePower Yoga strives to make the physical, mental and spiritual benefits of yoga accessible to everyone. Founder Trevor Tice opened the first studio in Denver in 2002, filling a niche in an emerging yoga market.

Combining cardio, strength and balance poses, these CorePower Yoga videos offer an energizing yoga experience known as power yoga. Increase flexibility, lose weight and manage stress with practices that emphasize working your core for a total body workout.


CorePower Yoga Perfect Pose Video
Episode 1 CorePower Yoga Perfect Pose
CorePower Yoga Perfect Pose (2012)
Episode 1
, 7 minutes
Trevor Tice
Let the experienced CorePower instructors show you “perfect form” for the poses that will be used throughout the practices.
Available worldwide
CorePower Yoga Cardio Practice Video
Episode 2 CorePower Yoga Cardio Practice
CorePower Yoga Cardio Practice (2012)
Episode 2
, 23 minutes
Trevor Tice
Experience the heart-pumping benefits of this CorePower Yoga practice.
Available worldwide
CorePower Yoga Strength Practice Video
Episode 3 CorePower Yoga Strength Practice
CorePower Yoga Strength Practice (2012)
Episode 3
, 25 minutes
Trevor Tice
Get stronger and more flexible the CorePower way.
Available worldwide
CorePower Yoga Balance and Breath Practice Video
Episode 4 CorePower Yoga Balance and Breath Practice
CorePower Yoga Balance and Breath Practice (2012)
Episode 4
, 20 minutes
Trevor Tice
Learn to balance and center both body and mind.
Available worldwide

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katem22, posted on January 26, 2016

Instructor fails to mention important aspects of Chatturanga and Down Dog although his models do show good form. and I agree, the touching is creepy

daph, posted on July 26, 2015

Great instructions and good modifications.. He needs to touch the students to show the audience, what we should be looking for!!!

Music is a little distracting a bit too loud...

gitadji, posted on February 8, 2015

Please change the title. It's missleading. It's more like a beginner vinyasa intro. Far away from cardio.

ajrsherwin, posted on July 18, 2013

Nice, short, routine. Will do again.

deeray82, posted on January 17, 2013

I read the previous reviews that said there was nothing cardio about this workout but thought that since I'm, shall we say, extra-curvy, it would still be cardio for me. Not so. My heartrate was up for maybe a few minutes? Very disappointed. And yeah, the guy is rather creepy.

cfhilker, posted on November 15, 2012

To me, the instructor "putting emphasis on placement and allignment" gave me the creeps. He was touchy and rubby and his obvious lack of core strength really didn't make me trust him. I got about halfway through the cardio workout before deciding that he was way too touchy and there was nothing cardio about it. I am really sad because I wanted to take a class-like online class, this is not it.

dewygirl, posted on October 27, 2012

I enjoyed this although it was not really vinyasa flow. I liked how the instructor put emphasis on placement and alignment.

lindylou, posted on October 22, 2012

background music is too loud, difficult to hear and concentrate on the teacher.

davedeee, posted on October 5, 2012

This is a segment taken from a full practice and needs savasana at the end. Otherwise a very nice short yoga routine.

cbbooks, posted on September 14, 2012

Yeah, not so much. This guy never gets on the mat, just walks around and touches his female demonstrators a lot. I'm sure they needed ädjustments"...And there's nothing cardio about that segment.

Lindagun, posted on September 14, 2012

Wonderful workout -- easy to follow, very strengthening and after the entire practice I felt invigorated. I hope he makes a Core Power yoga for intermediate soon!

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