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14-Day Yoga Challenge for Busy People
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Do you seek the benefits of a consistent yoga practice, but are feeling short on time? This 2-Week Yoga Challenge for Busy People is your perfect solution! We've made fitting a yoga challenge into an already busy schedule easier for you for this time, by offering concise, and effective classes, that are all 30-minutes or less. With zero commute time and no need to find parking, these shorter practices will allow you to finally reap the benefits of a daily yoga practice, even with your hectic schedule! Even when it feels like there are not enough hours in the day, this challenge makes it possible to make yoga a healthy part of your life.

Regardless, of class lengths and busy schedules, 14 days in a row of a consistent yoga practice is no easy feat, and has the power to make a lasting and positive impact on your well-being. Whether you're motivated to get into better physical shape, want to get back into yoga for the emotional and spiritual benefits, or just want to challenge yourself, this challenge will help you achieve your goals without an excessive time commitment. 

In addition to access to the classes outlined below, you’ll get daily emails with your yoga classes and inspiration and an opportunity to share your challenge experience with a community of online yogis from all over the world. Accept our challenge to do yoga for 14 days and discover just how good you can look and feel, even with your busy schedule! 

14 Yoga Challenge for Busy People

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Curated yoga classes between 15-30 minutes every day for two weeks.


YOGA CHALLENGE FOR BUSY PEOPLE: DAY 3
YOGA CHALLENGE FOR BUSY PEOPLE: DAY 3

Welcome to Day 3 of the 14-Day Yoga Challenge for Busy People! 

Often a little bit goes a long way. This is true for yoga. Sometimes, it's possible to think, if you cannot make it to an hour long class in a studio, anything less is irrelevant. It's simply not true. Even 5 minutes of some intentional breathing or one deep yoga pose, can make a world of difference for your day. Luckily, 15-30 minutes can bring even more benefits. Ditch whatever stories you may have of shorter length practices being less effective. 7 hours of yoga everyday for 2 weeks, is more powerful than 7 hours of yoga in 2 days in building consistency, balance, and long-lasting impact. 

Today's class from Les is perfect if you want something more intermediate to advanced in a time crunch, and Keith's class will give you your daily yoga fix and take it's time in just 25 minutes. Enjoy!

Reset:

Quick, Powerful, Yoga Reset with Keith Allen

25 min class | Level: Adv. Beginner & Up | Intensity: Everyday Namaste

This deep, challenging and efficient practice will get you right into your body and ease your mind, with a focus on smooth, steady breath. In less than half an hour, you'll be reset, centered, and vibrant. There's a touch of everything in this well-balanced practice, from a backbend, deep forward bend, twist, hip opener and side bend. It is ideal for anyone with limited time, but desiring a practice. Even 30 minutes on days with limited time, can have profound benefits to your day!

Practice:

Guidelines to a Balanced Life: Ahimsa with Les Leventhal

20 min class | Level: Intermediate | Intensity: You'll Feel It

Guidelines For A Balanced Life: Ahimsa. Sometimes we rush from one place to another. Here is a practice for when you just have 20 minutes and you know it will enhance the quality of starting your day, revive you in the middle and help you unwind at the end of the day. This practice will help you let got of the violent twists and turns and communications we often times experience in our days when our schedules are packed too full. You can stay really busy, just do so in a way that honors Ahimsa, non-violence, and move your body with ease and let go of tension and the intensity of the day. Practicing in a non-violent way promotes Moksha, liberation.

**you only need to choose one class**

Be sure to share your challenge experiences in the comments section!

 



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