If you’re in need of a new fitness challenge, a 30-day commitment to yoga might be your best bet.
Challenges are great because they give students the opportunity to take part in a repetitive practice. It is known that it normally takes about 21 days to break old habits. By committing to come every day for 30 days you will experience some amazing benefits and changes physically, mentally and emotionally.
How can I prepare for the challenge?
It is best to set an intention for your challenge. Why are you doing it? What is it that you want to come of the challenge?
Plan what classes fit into your regular schedule. Identify possible obstacles, and pre-plan your strategy for overcoming these obstacles.
Tell your close friends and family about your challenge. Get them on board to offer support and motivation.
A few suggestions for getting the most out of a 30 day challenge…
Prioritize your life. If a 30 day yoga challenge is something you want to commit to, then make it a priority. Use these 30 days to simplify and streamline your life. Examine your current daily routine and activities and determine what really needs to stay and what needs to get the axe. Maybe that means watching less TV or cutting back on social web surfing so you have time to dedicate to your practice. Most people have plenty of time, they just don’t use it well. Depending on how high the yoga challenge ranks in your priorities, you may also decide to temporarily give up other worthwhile activities to create the necessary time. Chances are if you cut something out of your life, you won’t even notice it’s gone in a month.
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REMEMBER YOGA DOESN’T TAKE TIME, IT GIVES TIME
UP COMING EVENTS & WORKSHOPS
This is a 1 and 1/2 hour workshop where the student will be taught the fundamental components of aerial yoga in a relaxed & fun learning environment. The student will experience yoga asanas (poses) on the mat as well as how they are expressed while in the aerial hammock. The workshop format allows students to practice the “basics” necessary to move into poses (wrist wraps, foot-locks, ribs hang, hip hang, back straddle etc.) and explore this unique style of movement.
Aerial Yoga combines traditional mat yoga with postures suspended in soft fabric hammocks. With the help of gravity and the hammocks, we can playfully explore floating, fluid movements and create space in our bodies without compressing our joints and spine. With practice, the feeling in the body is exquisite. The silky hammocks are a special high-density nylon that can hold over 3000 pounds each.
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