Once, long ago, I was in the habit of practicing yoga every day. During that time, I felt better physically and mentally than I had in a long time prior. I miss that feeling and I want it back. The problem is, I’m lazy. I start again for a few days, then get bored or make excuses and fall off track.
So here it is, I’m going to do 30 days of yoga; no breaks, no excuses.
I use an application on my iPad called Yoga Studio.
Yoga Studio provides several “classes” per competency level, lasting different lengths and focusing on different goals. Just as an example, I can take a class for beginner strength lasting 30 minutes or mix 15 minutes of beginner combination with 15 minutes of beginner flexibility, depending on my attention span and how I feel.
Individually each of these practices are powerful in their own right and each serves a particular purpose. When practiced with intention and consistency, they develop stamina, strength, energy, flexibility and inner peace. Yoga has numerous health benefits including improvements in cardiovascular, musculo–skeletal and mental health.
At the end of my 30 day challenge, I will have (hopefully) created a good habit and continue practicing yoga without the need to create a challenge like this.
3 thoughts on “30 Day Yoga Challenge”
I love this! I have been feeling the same, I love yoga but had been working out with my pilates obsessed sister and while I loved the results I was seeing, the exercises themselves were so un-enjoyable. Eventually, I fizzled out. I’ve been looking to start up with yoga again as I love everything about it and have enjoyed it in the past so I might just download the app you mentioned and give the 30 day challenge a go myself.
Thats wonderful! The more the merrier! I hope you enjoy the app., I’ve tried a few other yoga apps, but this is by far my favorite. I’ve already completed day one!
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