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6 Easy Steps to Commit to Your Practice

Posted 9/10/2015

 by: Laurie McGuire

 

Whether you are a beginner just getting started with your yoga practice or if you have an existing practice that you would like to make more consistent. Here are 6 steps to help you commit (or recommit) to your practice.

 

1.    Plan It Out

 

Think about the number of days each week that you will be able to dedicate to your practice. Think about what time of day will be best for you and check studio schedules. Decide whether you would like to always practice at a studio or if you will supplement with a home practice. Schedule your yoga dates on a calendar for the next 3-4 weeks.

 

 2. Share It

 

Telling family and friends what you plan to do will help you stick to it. You could even find someone with similar interested in yoga practice to be your yoga buddy. If you are accountable to your buddy, it may be easier to follow through with your plan.

3. Prepare, Prepare, Prepare

 

Be sure to have items ready well before the class is scheduled. If you plan to practice right after work, pack a bag the night before. Consider how the schedule fits into your meal times. If you think you might need it before class, pack a light snack. By being prepared, you prevent yourself from using most (if not all) of the possible excuses for not practicing.

 

4. Notice How You Feel

 

Take note of how you feel before and after practice. You may notice that when you have the least motivation, energy, or strength to show up for yoga, those are often the days you need it the most. As you make a point to observe the lightness, the flexibility, and the calm you feel at the end of class, it will remind you why it is important to be committed.

 

5.    Stay Motivated

 

Find little ways to keep yourself motivated. Whether it is with some new yoga gear or journaling about your practice. You may want to record how often you practice or track your progress. When you write about your improvements, record the big milestones (“I could touch my toes for the first time”) and also record those really small things (“I felt like I could breathe in child’s pose.”) Those big milestones take time, so celebrating the little things is important to your success.

 

6.    Connect

 

Begin to become part of the yoga community by taking a couple minutes before and after class to get to know those who share your interest in practicing yoga. As you try out different class styles and teachers, you will have additional opportunities to connect with others. Since everyone (including the instructor) is a student of the practice, it is often through those connections that you find ways to deepen your practice.

 

 

 

Now you are ready to ignite your practice and commit to a better you!

 

 

 

 

 

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