Instead of our usual “Weekend” Challenge we are changing it up! Get ready because we challenge you to do 7 consecutive days of yoga! Yes, you heard us correctly. 7 consecutive days of yoga! We understand that with busy schedules it might be hard to to fit in 1 yoga practice a week, let alone 7! But remember, this doesn’t have to be anything intense or vigorous. It can be a 5 minute core practice before you go to bed or a 10 minute meditation during your lunchbreak.
If you’re pressed for time, here are some quick classes that you can take at home, work and even in an airport or train station!
5 Minute Yoga Break in Your Chair with Jason Crandell: Only have time for a 5 minute yoga-break? This chair-based practice will help open your hips and hamstrings while bringing circulation to your entire lower-body. This simple, accessible practice is also appropriate for students that need a gentle, highly-supported sequence.
Mid Travel Yoga Practice with Jo Tastula: So, you’re in a crowded space…nowhere to put down a mat and fully stretch out but your poor body is suffering? Here’s some ideas for stretches that you can do standing in the airport, at the train station, at the post office – that won’t bring too much attention to you. Warning; great amounts of humor needed when doing yoga in public spaces.
1 responses to “Weekend Challenge: 7 Days of Yoga”
These are great ways to fit yoga into a busy schedule! I’m working on doing yoga every day for a year (plus 11 other ‘habits’, starting each one at the start of the month, and piling them on top of one another). So far I’ve done 18 days in a row. The first week was tough, but now I look forward to my daily practice, even if it is just 10 minutes at the end of my day.