Meeting Your Yoga Goals
I feel great when I do yoga – really great! My problem is that I have trouble fitting yoga practice into my day. Including yoga in my daily life has been a goal of mine for many years, and although I add it to countless lists and intention setting sessions, when it comes to action I am a failure.
If you are like me, or if you are not like me but would love to try some yoga for free, then I whole-heartedly recommend Yoga with Adriene. If you check her out on YouTube you will find a plethora of yoga practices, varying in length, intensity, levels, gender, body types, and purpose.
Adriene also offers some amazing 30-day challenges for free where you sign up and complete a designated yoga practice every day.
In Adriene’s own words,
“Find a practice that suits your mood or start a journey toward healing. Work up a sweat, or calm and relieve a tired mind and body. Create space. Tone and trim. Cultivate self-love. Make time for you. Go deeper, have fun. Connect. Fall off the horse and then get back on. Reconnect. Do your best, be authentic and FIND WHAT FEELS GOOD.”
For me signing up for the challenge kept me on track and after 30-days I had formed a habit of getting up 20 minutes early every day, finding a quiet spot on my mat, lighting a scented candle, and starting my day with a beautiful yoga session. Adriene is relaxed and friendly and makes yoga easy for all levels.
If you’d like to challenge yourself and try something new then give Yoga with Adriene a try.
Another way to find time and space to reconnect with yourself, and to find peace and inspiration, is to search around in your local region for a yoga retreat experience. I recently heard about an amazing event hosted by Yoga By Danielle so I treated myself to a full day of yoga, meditation, intention setting, oil blending, journal writing and bush walking, and left the day feeling rejuvenated and inspired. I’ve decided I need to make these sorts of days a regular event.
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