TopicTop Tips For Making Yoga Part of Your Daily Routine

  • Sat 16th Mar 2019 - 5:36am

    Today more than ever, it is essential that we include daily practices that realign and balance the body. Yoga Quest Review  As we grow, evolve and expand with new technologies that seem to "speed" things up in the world around us, it is especially important that we take special care to take the time to keep our bodies fit and flexible. In short, there must be a balance between an exciting, active daily life and a practice that involves taking the time to "slow down" and listen to what the body needs to keep it strong and limber.

    My own personal journey began over 20 years ago at the age of 21 when I had a Gran mal seizure. This was my wake up call and a true blessing in disguise. Although the doctors could find no physical reason for the cause of this seizure, I intuitively knew that it was, in part, due to the fast paced life I was living at the time. That is when I began the practice of daily Yoga!

    I started out stretching on my own and then began attending yoga classes becoming familiar with different types. Although there are many diverse styles from more traditional Hatha yoga to more modern versions and everything in between, it is important that you take the time to explore what you enjoy the best. If it makes you feel great there is more of a chance that you will be back for more!

    Top Tips For Making It A Routine:

    Buy a yoga mat and comfortable clothing.
    Attend a number of classes in your area to become familiar with the different styles.
    Pick some of your favorites and make them part of your weekly practice.
    Buy Yoga DVDs or get them from your local library.
    Watch them with your friends, or start a yoga group for discipline and inspiration.
    Create a "yoga time" everyday, whether it is in a class or at home.
    Set this certain amount of time aside in which you will ONLY "focus" on your practice.
    I personally have made yoga apart of my daily routine like brushing my teeth or eating breakfast. Morning is my favorite time to relax and enjoy a quiet focused workout. It is important for you to decide what works best for you and your own personal schedule and family life. Maybe three days a week is all you can afford? Well, 3 days a week is better than no days a week. Overtime it will make you feel so revived and alive that you will WANT to do it every day.

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