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Short and Effective Classes for Yogis on the Go

Short and Effective Classes for Yogis on the Go

Can you believe we’re more than halfway through January? If you started the year out with the intention to expand or maintain your yoga practice, how is it going? If life has gotten busy and you over-estimated just how much time you actually have, we’re here to make it easier for you to be consistent with your yoga routine.

Don’t waste energy stressing about why you’ve not had time to practice yoga as frequently as you would like. Instead, focus on how you can fit in your yoga, even when you’re short on time. Consistency is key to feeling balanced, strong, and flexible. Quality not quantity! You don’t need an hour or ninety-minute practice to garner all the mind, body, and spiritual benefits of yoga. Even fifteen to twenty-minute classes will help you find a better mood, vibrant energy, and a stronger more supple body.

Practicing yoga several times a week is an investment in your health––both inside and out. In the Yoga Sutras, Patanjali referred to yoga as a process of being a gardener or farmer. Each yoga practice is planting seeds for your future health and well-being. You might not see the benefits today but you’re setting yourself up to feel your best tomorrow and beyond.

Yoga is a practical journey, and it requires practice––you can’t just think about it, you must do it. Yoga requires us to focus on our breath and tune into how we are feeling. When we increase our awareness of and connection to our thoughts and emotions, we are living more authentically. We are living in the present moment.

Even if your schedule is packed, you can squeeze in a short practice. Set the alarm twenty minutes earlier, spend half your lunch hour on the mat, or turn your phone off and use that time for yoga. You can mix it up on those days where it’s just not feasible to practice for an hour or more. Ten minutes is better than no minutes!

Check out these four new classes for your quick yoga fix! 

Mid-day Stretch Break - Mary Baker

Flow on the Go 1 - Keith Allen

Hocus Focus Quickie - Jessica Oldfield

On-The-Go Detoxifying Sequence - Life Force Project

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