#Yoga Just Do It: App Review

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#Yoga Just Do It: App Review

I strongly suspect that not many of you have a MS Surface, much less one with RT on it. However, for those that may have one I am busy trying to find useful and helpful apps. It is not an easy task since not many developers are writing apps for it.

Today I am introducing a yoga app. It is free, one of my requirements. It is simple, and I mean simple with a capital S. You get photos that take you through different asanas or poses. There are 6 sections of asanas.

  • Postures for pregnant women
  • Breathing exercises
  • Asanas for old peoples – yes you read that right. That’s actually what it says.
  • Asanas to reduce belly fat
  • Asanas for beginners
  • Reduce mental stress

This is the opening screen for the app:

Yoga Just Do It

You then choose which of the sections you want and follow the screen shots and directions provided.

For Old Peoples

For Beginners

Breathing Exercises

Pregnant Women

Reduce belly fat

Reduce Stress

One section refers to watching a video of Michael Taylor taking you through a number of yoga poses, but there is no video. A little disappointing…

If you can look at the diagrams and follow the instructions, then this app might work for you.

My quest to find useful Surface RT apps continues…

Do you have a MS Surface RT? What are your favorite apps?

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  1. jacquiegum says:

    Looks like a great app…if one has a Surface. I bought one and took it back…but I think I bought the original version and it's been changed since then. Hell…it was probablychanged by the time I got home form returning it. LOL Hope more folks start writing apps for it…I have the same problem with my Blackberry!

    • Cheryl says:

      You really have to dedicate time to learning how to use it. You also have to understand the version you are purchasing. You may have purchased one that was not appropriate for your use. 🙂

  2. Susan Cooper says:

    Don't have a MS Surface yet, but am thinking about getting one. More apps would definitely make it more appealing.

    • Cheryl says:

      It will not be as easy to learn as your iPad. 🙂

  3. JeriWB says:

    We have a Surface hubby got from work, and I inherited the iPad. Every time I try to use the Surface, I feel lost.

    • Cheryl says:

      Yes. It can be daunting trying to learn how to use a Surface.

  4. Cheryl, having done yoga half my life I really have to say that this app is a bad idea. Nobody can learn how to master yoga by using an app. To start with you need an instructor, preferably one that learnt yoga in India. Then once you master yoga you can do it on your own.

    • Cheryl says:

      I understand. My point with this app is simply that the Surface has apps, although still limited.