Yoga series for Healthista.com

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Yoga series for Healthista.com

The production team had a very holistic experience this week when Healthista.com brought Genny Wilkinson-Priest in to record some yoga instruction videos at StudioEastLondon .

The PVM Content production of the videos was a simple shoot with minimum fuss in half a day in the studio, and the edit is scheduled for next week – so look forward to the ensuing films in the near future.

The series was produced by Anna Magee, directed and edited by Kevin Magee. The yoga is the focus with the props limited to the yoga essentials for each pose and the studio in minimalist  setup.

Healthista.com editor-in-chief Anna Magee  trained with Genny at Triyoga in London on a two year teacher training course  a few years ago, and they have stayed in touch ever since. Genny is the yoga blogger on Healthista.com and writes a column extolling the new and unusual in the yoga world.

Coming from a background in journalism with Reuters, Genny is the perfect fit of yoga instructor  and fabulous writer, bringing the sometimes daunting world of yoga to the readership at Healthista.com

We hear that he films may debut in October in a series that will help you get your yoga practice in, in a timeframe that suits you.

Genny’s natural style of teaching explains each pose as she goes through them and offers alternate ways of doing the poses for you while you get your body intone with some of the poses that may, in their full version, be a little challenging for beginners.

We are looking forward to Genny coming to us again in the near future to record more series for Healthista, it certainly looks great in the bare studio mode, with StudioEastLondon’s brand new wooden floorboards adding a very natural feel to the look of the videos. These type of videos are a feature on Healthista and the fact that Anna is a fully accredited teacher in her own right makes these videos a great tool for yoga practice at home, as Anna understands both the technical yoga  and the best way to show it on video for the end user at home.

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