Creating a regular practice

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It’s not always easy creating a new habit, or picking one back up that has fallen to the side. The good news is yoga will always be here when you’re ready. Making your mental health and body a priority instead of an option can help you jump back into your daily habit.

It’s recommended to move your body everyday, but you should do yoga around 3-5 days a week for the full benefits. As important as moving your body is, it’s also important to know it’s limits. Having a regular practice can help lessen stress, tone your body, increase flexibility and improve your mood. For the days you need to move your body but don’t have a full hour, we’ve created shorter classes so you can still reap the benefits.

Once you start being consistent in your practice it’s easier to keep that momentum going. It’s getting started that is usually the hardest part.

  • Starting off with a goal of “doing yoga everyday for a month” can help get the ball rolling. Once you finish with your personal challenge keep up the consistency.
  • Doing yoga at the same time everyday can also help your mind and body get used to working out. That way you always know what time of the day to plan to get your yoga in. 
  • Start slow. An easy way to set yourself back is to push yourself too hard too soon, then the next day waking up with a sore body and a defeated mindset. When you start out slow and gradually pick up the pace it’s easier to stay consistent and motivated.
  • Switch it up. Instead of doing the same flow everyday, try out different routines to keep it interesting.

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