Yoga for Fitness
Yoga isn’t about what “everyone else” is doing. It’s about feeling each pose for yourself. It’s about getting better at your movements with each session. That’s hard to do when you’re worried about the person next to you with the $200 yoga mat and the designer yoga jammies that probably cost as much as your entire wardrobe. That’s the number one thing that stopped most of my clients from doing yoga before they started working with me. They were embarrassed about doing the yoga poses in front of other people. And they were self-conscious about being compared to the rest of the class or at least to the folks that looked like they “knew what they were doing”. But once I showed them the stuff I learned from it, they were hooked.
Yoga for Weight Loss
You don’t need a fancy studio to discover great yoga. Practicing a yoga program at home will give you all the flexibility, weight management, focus, pain reduction and performance benefits that yoga has to offer.
Yoga For Health
All I had to do was practice this powerful system just a little in four short weeks before I felt younger by a decade. And it just keeps getting better. Yoga in its full form combines physical postures, breathing exercises, meditation, and a distinct philosophy. Yoga has numerous styles. Hatha yoga, commonly practiced in the United States and Europe, emphasizes postures, breathing exercises, and meditation. Hatha yoga styles include Ananda, Anusara, Ashtanga, Bikram, Iyengar, Kripalu, Kundalini, Viniyoga, and others.