Regular Practice

I’ve started classes but I’m struggling with keeping up regular practice at home

We all know that feeling, we’ve started a new hobby, a new routine, a new something that we think is good for us but then we just stop doing it. It starts with these sorts of thoughts:

  • I’m feeling a bit down today, I don’t think I have the energy to do…..
  • I’ve been run off my feet today I just want to sit down, I don’t have time to…
  • I’m feeling a bit under the weather today, I think I’ll skip….
  • I just can’t be bothered missing one session today won’t hurt.

Know what I mean? Do you do this? I do regularly which is why I have so many uncompleted projects and abandoned hobbies at home. Something else always gets in the way. So how can we help ourselves to prevent these self-sabotaging thoughts….

Several yoga teachers have shared articles on our website about “Regular yoga practise”, have a look at some of their ideas and habits.

  • Sinnead Ali writes about “Maintaining your Home Practise” where she offers some of her own hints and tips to setting up and maintaining your yoga practise as she is well aware how daunting this can be for a Yoga Beginner.
  • Holistic Health Coach, Yoga Teacher and Nutritionist Chantal believes “Miracles Happen on your Mat” and she wants you to experience this. Her article offers you 8 steps to take which will help create these miracles not only on your mat but in your everyday life.
  • In her article “The benefits of regular yoga practice”, Izzy Cave outlines a section about ‘Selfcare and honouring the self and the practise”. In this section she outlines some of the self-sabotaging thoughts we might have which disrupt regular yoga practise and counteracts these thoughts with all the very good reasons why we should practise yoga if we are feeling a certain way.


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