So you can’t touch your toes. Join the club! Even if you don’t count flexibility as one of your strengths, that doesn’t mean yoga isn’t right for you, although it persists as one of the most common excuses for not giving it a try. The best responses we’ve heard to this is excuse sound something like, “that’s like saying that you can’t go grocery shopping because you don’t have anything in your cupboards.” Or, “your teeth are too dirty to brush.” Flexibility is a product of yoga, not a prerequisite.
By the middle of February, your resolutions of getting fit in the New Year may be wearing thin – packed, sweaty gyms and treadmill runs aren’t everyone’s idea of a good time. It may be time to switch up your routine and try something new. Yoga is an excellent way to rejuvenate your mind and restore the enthusiasm for healthy living you had on January 1st. Learning a new skill can be difficult and scary, but we’re here to give you the rundown on exactly what to expect from your first yoga session.
Yogis On The Go
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