Yoga for Complete Beginners!
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#1 Choose a convenient time
Morning is ideal, it gets you going, and keeps your energy levels high through the day a before engaging your mind with the day’s to-do’s. But choose a time that works for YOU.
#2 Create Your Yoga Space
If possible, designate a small, private, distraction-free room in your house for your daily yoga, to feel the positive vibrations and create optimal conditions for spiritual practice.
#3 Practice on an Empty Stomach
You want to concentrate on your inner peace, not digesting that turkey sandwich. Yoga is best practiced on an empty stomach. Ideally, wait 2-3 hours after a meal to begin.
#4 Simplify Your Yoga Wear
Yos don’t need $250 ‘Yoga Uniforms.’ Choose loose, comfortable clothing. Some of the best yoga is done in pajamas!
#5 Warm up
As with any sport,no warm up could cause muscle strain. Start with gentle postures to loosen up your body before moving on to more intense postures.
#6 Be Gentle
Respect your body and remember to smile (seriously!). Take it easy, relax, don’t force more complicated poses until ready. Trying poses beyond your body’s capabilities will only lead to injury, discomfort, and a stressful practice. Have fun. Listen to your body and do what feels good.
#7 Be consistent
As with everything else, , consistency is necessary to see results. Make yoga a part of your daily schedule (as mentioned above, find a time slot where you can comfortably fit yoga in), and over time sitting down on the mat will become a habit, rather than an effort. A senior yoga teacher has said, “Twenty minutes of daily yoga practice is more likely to show positive results sooner than two hours of occasional practice.”
#8 Make Yoga Time Family Time
If you prefer company, but you like to be at home, enlist family or friends to practice with you. Practicing yoga at home can be a great way to bond as a family and create a culture of health.
#9 Mix It Up
If you find yourself feeling bored or uninspired , mixing up your practice regime also keeps your body challenged and assures that you engage your body’s full range of motion.
#10 Don’t Forget the Corpse!
No matter how little time you have, always include at least one or two minutes of Savasana (Corpse Pose) at the end of your practice. It provides an essential period of ‘warm down’, as it both integrates your work from the entire practice into your body and requires that you fully let go and enter into a subtle state of consciousness. Corpse pose offers deep relaxation and healing, so don’t skimp yourself! Give yourself the rest you deserve!
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