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L - home practice is free. not to say that slumps don't happen for us At Home Yogi's. which is why this came at the perfect time for me...time to deepen my practice!
I do agree with L above in that if you can't afford the classes it's not as easy to stick with it. Teachers can be and are inspiring and if you don't have that inspiration it can be more difficult. It happens, it's happened to me over the last year.
Rolling out your mat at home and connecting with your self and the Universe while you practice some simple Asanas and Prnayamas with a final relaxation and a meditation costs nothing and is priceless! Om Shanti and Happy New year to all YJ readers and staff!
I do feel it's worth mentioning that sometimes people get out of the habit of daily practice because they can't afford it....
Yoga comes to only those who have discipline, steadfastness and a belief in higher self. If you don't feel like doing Yoga on any day, perhaps, you never did yoga properly to begin with. try figure if you are ready yet to begin the beautiful journey of yoga. Like any other aspect of life, you only enjoy the routine things only if you are skilled in it.
Wow! This is really great! I do need all the inspiration. Thanks.
Jan, I don't live in a remote area, but didn't feel like I wanted to attend classes. I went looking for a time efficient DVD that would introduce me to yoga. After a couple of mistakes, I can recommend with all my heart the "element, AM&PM YOGA for beginners". It is mellow, yet allows you to progress at an encouraging pace. I am now into my 10th month of my practice and feel better than ever. I am now looking at Jason Crandall. I have tried a couple of his sessions and think he is pretty cool. It is a good place to start...Namaste
Jan...I recommend making the drive and attending maybe 3 or 4 yoga classes. There you will get the feel of yoga, get some insight into the kinds of things you should focus on, and then you can create an at-home yoga practice suited to your goals. You may also purchase a book of yoga poses and descriptions to remind you the correct way to do the poses. I'm just a beginner, so I'm not really qualified to give advice, but that is what I did and I'm having a blast and seeing improvement every day.
I was so glad to read this article and be inspired to know that it is common for many of us to fall behind in our yoga classes for whatever reason,especially stress,lack of energy,ect. These are some of the reasons I enjoyed my classes,I feel great afterwards too! Now when I miss a class or more I will remind myself to "Let it Go" and start again with a new day and have hope. Namaste.