Have you ever gotten up after Savasana (Corpse Pose) at the end of a class feeling a little too calmâ€”unable to ... (continued)
I'm going for it!!!! 2012
Tried signing up at http://www.yogajournal.com/21daychallenge/ unfortunately it seems like the input button wasn't done up properly and I couldn't proceed after typing my email address. Anyone having the same issue?
I could completely relate to this article. How timely, how perfect. My practice has slipped off into the mist of nonexistence and the shame and guilt parade began long ago. I have been looking for a motivational 'hook' to help me back to the mat, and this may be just the thing. I'm in. Thank you.
When I found this article online i thought, yes this is exactly what I need. I used to love yoga, but I've put on weight and honestly its hard to accept myself now. I want to learn to enjoy myself and enjoy yoga again. gulp! I'm gonna try.
I am not a "Yogi" yet but I sure want to be. I have taken a few classes here and there and really enjoyed them. I am taking this challenge because I want to get started and this sounds like a great way to begin.
i love your article it is funny, true, & inspiring. the 21 day challenge is not for beginners!
I really loved this article; it really spoke to me where I am in my health, fitness, and yoga. (Truly lapsed and no longer content to be so). But when I clicked over to the program to Day 1 and found a fast-paced, 45 minute session, I thought maybe I had the wrong link. Maybe I misunderstood where this author was with her practice (but given the feeling out of shape/old/injured/distracted description, I don't think so), but the program felt completely mismatched to the encouraging tone of the article. I was, to be blunt, completely put off by the opening "workout," which does not appear to be for the chubby, busy, old and/or injured. Very disappointed in this very mixed message.