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Quick Yoga Fix: Ways to Stay on Track when Time is Tight

Quick Yoga Fix: Ways to Stay on Track when Time is Tight

Can you believe it is almost March? Time seems to be zooming at the speed of light these days and with that swift pace, some priorities in life seem to shift.

Work, school, family, travel, all the little responsibilities…some days it’s tough to complete all the things you want to do after you’ve done all the things you need to do. And you want to do yoga, right?

If you live in the Northern Hemisphere, you may be battling the Polar Vortex and spending an hour shoveling your driveway or taking thirty extra minutes to get to the office. That precious time could have been spent on your yoga mat.

If you’re in the Southern Hemisphere, perhaps your holidays and vacation time created a lapse in your regular yoga practice. Regardless of why you’ve not had time to practice yoga as frequently as you would like, the result is the same.

You’ve fallen out of your routine and aren’t feeling as balanced, strong, and flexible as you’d like. Maybe you feel like if you can’t get a full hour or ninety-minute practice in, it isn’t worth your time to step onto the mat. Not true!

We get it, we’re busy too. One of our priorities here at is to ensure we provide a wide variety of yoga classes for you. Not just styles of yoga, but length of classes.

This week, we bring you four new classes that are short on time, but long on benefits. Step onto the yoga mat for twenty minutes: you’ll feel more awake, clear, flexible, and calm. It only takes a few minutes to shift your mood and how you are feeling.

All of these four new yoga classes will get you moving and maximize your time. Click play to make your yoga practice happen this week!

1. Keith Allen - 20-Minute Yoga Fix

2. Elise Fabricant - Quick Yin Fix

3. Claire Petretti Marti - Quick Energy Flow 2

4. Caitlin Rose Kenney - Happy Half-Hour: Hearts & Hips


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