A lot of people write about how yoga has transformed their lives and it is a practice that can change your life. Sometime in the future, I’ll get to writing about that experience. The healing it provided or should I say provides regularly has inspired me to share what I’m learning.
It’s only been about 2 years since I returned to a practice and it’s not always easy but it is awesome nonetheless. It can be intimidating when you start from the beginning or even after a long rest starting again. It need not be. You don’t need to be flexible and stretchy to start. In fact, you can learn a pose and improve one week and another week your body might not cooperate. It’s a process. Learn with me and feel free to share your experiences or questions in the comments. If you know this already, share with a friend who might benefit from learning too or leave a comment and teach us more.
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Related yoga information:
Yet, the simplest yoga term for a physical practice all starts with the term Hatha. Frankly sorting out all the different yoga styles can be confusing, especially since there are a lot of styles that range from an instructor creating their own style and accompanying term, to a simple noun descriptor – Ashtanga, Bikram, Family, Pre-natal, Dog yoga, Iyengar, Vinyasa yoga, Yin, Kriya, Kundalini, etc.