5 Ways to Fall in Love with Your Yoga Practice


Falling in love with your yoga practice is one of the most exciting things you could ever do! As a beginner, there is much to learn, ranging from physical movement, meditation, chanting, and understanding energy flow. After taking the time to try something new finally, you are committing to your practice.


While learning new information about your new favorite thing to do, it's essential to give yourself time. There is no need to overwhelm yourself or place any timelines on your journey. Saying that you will show up for practice is often easier said than done. Many have said that consistently doing tasks for two weeks makes the study a habit, which isn't always the case with yoga. Your practice ebbs and flows, which is perfectly natural!


So, what keeps you committed to showing up when you don't feel like practicing? What is it that sparks your internal fire to help you maintain momentum? We must nourish what we plant in our gardens within the parameters we may sustain. To successfully do this, you must build your supporting pillars to uplift your practice. Let's explore my top 5 Ways to Fall in Love with Your Yoga Practice:


  1. Permit Yourself to Show Up How You Are - No need to change anything about your appearance, mood, or personality. Sometimes, just showing up on your mat is more than enough.

  2. Consider Positive Life Attributes - Do not focus on elimination. Healthy yoga focuses on how you can best supplement the life you already have. So often, wellness focuses on what we take out of our diet or our usual daily routine.

  3. Find A Safe Yoga Studio - Being in an inspiring environment makes all the difference.

  4. Explore Different Class Styles and Pick Your Favorite - Don't be afraid to choose favorites for your yoga practice! Remember, not every practice is for everyone. Finding your specific practice will keep you coming back for more.

  5. Have Fun - Yoga is a practice focused on mental growth, spiritual well-being, and physical exploration. While this is a very disciplined practice, it's essential to have fun sometimes! It's okay to laugh at yourself and not to take yourself so seriously all of the time.




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