Developing a Home Yoga Practice

The yogalicious life

SAM_1718For many years I have more and sometimes less regularly enjoyed going to yoga classes. I never had a home practice and, frankly, the idea of practicing on my own at home hadn’t even crossed my mind. I was used to practicing under the guidance of a teacher, not realising what a beautiful way of deepening my experience a home practice could be.

Two years ago I wanted to try to integrate yoga more into my life and to learn more about it. I bought a yoga mat and I stumbled upon Sarah Avant Stover’s wonderful book called ‘The Way of the Happy Woman’. I loved her practical approach and in her book she presents a different yoga sequence for each season. I started studying the postures and created my own posters for the different sequences. Equipped with the posters, I started practicing and after a while I had memorised…

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2 thoughts on “Developing a Home Yoga Practice

    • Katarina says:

      It is a really good practice and very doable, and shows 3 levels of difficulty simultaneously. This is a great feature because it lets me adapt day by day and position by position to my ability level. (It’s the OHSU yoga pilates DVD for fibromyalgia). Unfortunately things have been a little hectic so I haven’t incorporated it into my daily routine yet but hope to in August when things calm down. Great post and welcome to WordPress!!

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