Rodney Yee‘s Yoga for Your Week

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Rodney Yee‘s Yoga for Your Week

Rodney Yee

Look good and feel great in just 20 minutes a day with Rodney Yee’s Yoga for Your Week. Five different practices bring you five different benefits: focus, energy, flexibility, strength and relaxation. Perfect for today’s busy lifestyle. Find an extra 20 minutes in your day and you’re on your way to a happier, healthier you.


A.M. Connection Video
Episode 1 A.M. Connection
A.M. Connection
Episode 1
, 17 minutes
Wake up your muscles and get your body moving.
Available worldwide
P.M. Release Video
Episode 2 P.M. Release
P.M. Release (2013)
Episode 2
, 22 minutes
Release the stress of the day and gently unwind.
Available worldwide
Energy Video
Episode 3 Energy
Energy (2013)
Episode 3
, 22 minutes
Lose weight and feel great with this energizing flow designed to burn calories and increase creativity.
Available worldwide
Strength Video
Episode 4 Strength
Strength (2013)
Episode 4
, 23 minutes
Build strength and tone muscle while working up to new, more challenging poses.
Available worldwide

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phyllis.drori, posted on October 10, 2016

love working out with rodney...these 2 segments combined for me make a good am for me need more restorative approach

audreybrooks, posted on July 13, 2016

I typically adore Rodney's instruction, and appreciated this practice in general. I will return to it, however, for a daytime practice, not a PM release. The music is too upbeat, and the transitions between postures is too fast for me. I prefer longer poses for release and relaxation in the evening.

KristenL@Gaia, posted on July 14, 2016


We appreciate your feedback! You can add this video to your playlist to practice again, and you might enjoy classes from our Yin and Restorative collections for an evening practice:

Thank you for practicing with Gaia :)


veda, posted on November 10, 2015

I took a good tumble this weekend, bruising everything I landed on, twisted ankle and landed with back against a wrought iron step railing, so of course I turned to yoga for recovery. After doing my morning practice, I could feel the evening one would need to be productive yet kind, and thankfully I found this video, which offered both in all the right places! I am adding this to my favorites as this will serve many future purposes, short enough when I am low on time, mellow enough to provide relaxation, and just challenging enough to feel it working! Thank you again for another great sequence!

strauss5marija, posted on October 17, 2015

I can not wait for guide coming soon with Rodney and Collen Namaste :)I just feel great with both of them, thank you for beeing wonderful real yoga teachers :)

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on October 17, 2015

We're happy you're excited about the practice guide! You can find it on our site here:
Yoga Foundations Guide:


davedeee, posted on September 16, 2015

Very nice, short meditation in motion morning flow.

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on September 16, 2015

We're happy to hear that you enjoyed this practice.


littleflame, posted on September 1, 2015

A very good, shorter practice for the evening, but the music was distracting and too energetic for me. Otherwise, very much appreciated and enjoyed.

romneymarino, posted on May 17, 2016

Agree with other comments, the music is very distracting. If it is that foreground, it should be more slow PM release style.
Otherwise, love Rodney.

Erincbutler, posted on August 11, 2015

poor music choice for a PM practice!

billyjo10, posted on August 2, 2015

I love Rodney. So easy to follow for a 69 year old newbie and the short duration is excellent for my attention span.

catenka, posted on July 27, 2015

I love the simplicity and short duration of this series. Yoga with Rodney is always great. I love his voice and presence. He is my go-to along with his wife Colleen and Suzanne Deason. Some of the newer instructors go very fast and their voices are off-putting. Also, I now refuse to watch any Yoga that is not in a beautiful place in nature. Why not make it the most pleasant visual experience possible.

taraji, posted on July 26, 2015

I love the simplicity of these series. Such good teaching cues and guidance. With love and gratitude

Lynnpell, posted on July 25, 2015

Always a pleasure to flow w/ Rodney ~ Peace

compatings, posted on July 22, 2015

short and sweet, very awakening, good flow

elizabeth.vanrij, posted on July 22, 2015

I liked the full body movements in this practice. Nothing too intricate, and wakes the whole body up.

teresukitexas, posted on May 9, 2015

I have really bad wi-if connection in my yoga room, it would be great if the video could have the option to be downloaded...

AspenM@Gaia, posted on May 11, 2015

Hi -
I am looking into this now. I will follow up as soon as I have more information. Thank you for pointing this out.


Llynrimsa, posted on July 7, 2015

I found this practice to be great for jump starting my energy for the day. I would love to have it downloadable since I will be travelling a lot in the near future and internet is not always available. I have noticed that several of Rodney Yee's videos are not downloadable - is it a licensing issue?

viviennemay, posted on May 6, 2015

wow that didn't feel like 22 minutes.

NCMichael, posted on May 6, 2015

pure delight....

dbrhturner01, posted on May 2, 2015

Excellent end-of-day short yoga segment. Rodney brings the light... No matter what music is playing (earlier comment). He makes it easy to stick to the discipline of the practice with good cues, timing, and calm demeanor. Thank you for bringing this feel-good practice to life on a easily accessible platform. Namaste ~ Debbie

malinda.kopec, posted on April 5, 2015

When I read through the comments I felt like the feedback must be combined or something because we didn't do crow pose in this video but anyway....I agree with Elizabeth and a few others that it was too fast for an evening unwind class. I love Rodney and have been practicing with him for years (on DVD, but once I did get to take a live class at the Yoga Conference in NYC!) and this practice isn't bad it just didn't really thrill me. I rated it 3 stars. I've always been able to follow along with Rodney's verbal cues but this one seemed a bit disjointed, I was wondering what I was supposed to be doing a couple of times. I loved all the forward bends, side bends, and hanging poses we did but would have liked a couple of nice counter pose like bridge and fish pose. As for the ambiance it was distracting when I did look at the screen, to see what I was supposed to be doing, to see those two green tents or whatever they were on the beach! And yes, the music was very distracting! It started out nice, like his usual Native American flute music and every now and them some fast paced different instruments would start! I was wondering if Pandora had started! It just didn't even go with the flow of the practice. These are not huge things, maybe I'm being a bit nit picky but I've come to expect more from Rodney! I still love him though!

HeidiV@Gaia, posted on April 6, 2015

@MALINDA.KOPEC - Thank you so much for taking the time to share your feedback with us. The comments on this page are for all segments of this there may be comments that were about other segments. So sorry for any confusion.

kersten.welch, posted on March 16, 2015

I liked this practice but there were too many chest openers without any counter poses, it left me with a sore lower back

davedeee, posted on March 6, 2015

Rodney does it again with a beautiful morning flow. Try this right after doing Tai Chi. They work together beautifully.

davedeee, posted on March 4, 2015

I loved the slow and graceful movements and flowing transitions. GREAT morning practice!

darbeejo, posted on March 1, 2015

Love this for stretching my back but still building some heat. Rodney's voice is one that I appreciate where I can listen, but also stay focused. :)

ConTodo, posted on February 25, 2015

I liked that sequence; however sometimes I think it was too fast as well as Savasana with about 5 breaths.

risha.dave, posted on February 14, 2015

lovely :) short and sweet!, posted on January 22, 2015

I like Rodney Y - I think he's the real deal - good yoga - and I'm very critical as a long time yoga practitioner (24 years) and teacher (19 years)

beth92, posted on January 17, 2015

This segment involves a lot of arm balances - mostly crow pose. I would call it strength, not flexibility. Rodney has a lot of great flexibility videos that give you a nice stretch, this just isn't one of them.

Nbrannick, posted on January 5, 2015

This was my first of his videos. I expected a bit more of a flexibikity video, but this seemed more strengthening to me. I will give the others a try. Enjoyed the flow, however.

tammii25, posted on December 29, 2014

Lovely wind down to the end of any day

KeithA@GTV, posted on December 29, 2014

@ tammii25 - Happy to hear you got nice and relaxed to end your day.

RubyDiamond, posted on December 23, 2014

I love every step of the way. Enjoyable practice to freedom ! Thank you Rodney. Namaste ;-)

RubyDiamond, posted on December 23, 2014

Fun. Challenging & Awakening. Thank you Rodney. I always enjoy your classes. Namaste! ;-)

jaclinfarr, posted on December 8, 2014

I've been trying to do this video for a couple of weeks now but when I click on it, I only get a picture - the video never begins. This has been happening to me a lot lately with your videos - even when I switch browsers. Sure wish you'd sort it out as I get a little weary of calling your support desk.

dr.sassy, posted on December 3, 2014

It felt like a dance as well as a yoga practice, physically and mentally beautiful. Thank you.

KevinandLara, posted on September 23, 2014

We appreciate you and your teaching so much. Even our 60 and 70 year old Dads love you. Kevin's Dad says, "Good ol' Rod gets ya there!" ... :)

vpvhprice, posted on September 10, 2014

I so appreciate Gaiam tv and especially Rodney Yee and his terrific crew for making wonderful videos for us to be able to stay healthy and centered.

Dmedtrans, posted on April 7, 2014

I've done a lot of yoga videos now, but I think I like the Energy video in this series the best for every day. It's challenging, but not impossible. It's the perfect balance of physical exertion and meditation in movement. I love the unique flow, and (as always) Rodney's style and soothing voice.

Thank you.

bejiggedy, posted on March 28, 2014

wow I loved this one, but still can't hold myself up much

annamichellemyers, posted on March 24, 2014

This was an odd practice, no salutations, no flow. More restorative but requiring a lot of strength, not for beginners but something to build to. Not my fave Rodney video.

stephlah12, posted on March 5, 2014

I got about 10 minutes into the PM workout and couldn't go any further! I love traditional pm yoga workouts where the goal is to soothe the body and mind after a long day. Unfortunately the music that this pm workout is set to is not relaxing at all. Don't get me wrong, Rodney Yee and his poses and flow are fantastic, but I really couldn't get "into it" with the background aerobics-style beat. If this had more soothing, calming music, I probably would come running back to this one.

elizabeth.larssen, posted on March 6, 2014

I had a very similar experience. Usually I love Rodney Yee, but this practice was very odd. I found he moved too quickly through the poses, especially for an evening/relaxation practice. And I found the music very distracting -- it was definitely not what I expected from a PM Unwind. I've noticed that he usually does the energizing/AM yoga sequences -- I was excited to see that he would be the instructor for a PM practice, but I found this one pretty disappointing.

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