Let me guess.
You want the benefits that a consistent yoga practice delivers. The calm mind, the strong body, the lack of aches and pains…
You want all that for yourself.
But when you attend a yoga class or two per week, you’re missing out on much of yoga’s benefits. Sure, after a class you feel better but you’re not seeing the big changes that you’d like in the rest of your life.
By practicing yoga more frequently you can expect
Are you ready to transform your relationship to your yoga practice and to boost your health?
It’s time to change your yoga story. And here’s how you do it.
Why do you practice yoga?
Is it to get a fitter body, do reduce stress, or to build strong “yoga arms”?
To get the big prize, you have to fall in love with the process. And this might seem boring. But to get better at anything, and to achieve your goal, you have to fall in love with the process that gets you there.
To meet your yoga goals, you have to practice yoga even when you’re bored or don’t feel like it.
I’ve been there many times. Right now I force myself to practice yoga when I’m tired and don’t feel like the extra work due to the 25 extra pounds of baby weight.
But I know that when I practice yoga, I avoid the crappy pregnancy aches and pains — sore lower back, hip pain, acid reflux, and shortness of breath. So at 34 weeks and progressing, I huff and puff and move my big belly around the yoga mat. And it’s worth it. But I’ll tell you — most of the time I don’t feel like doing yoga when I start. I’d rather nap.
So this October we’re offering you a way to get past your excuses and to finally change your yoga story.
A Mysore Yoga Challenge mimics what it’s like to be in Mysore, India where you practice yoga 5-6 days per week. Step up your yoga game, you can let go of excuses and mind games.
Making a commitment to practice yoga almost every day, you’ll be amazed at how incredible you feel.
You’ll make a plan and a commitment that you can keep.
You’ll have the support of the Balance teachers and community.
How it works:
If you complete the challenge by attending 20 classes by November 6th, you get the prizes:
The idea of falling in love with boredom was inspired by this post from James Clear.