Benefiting From Your Yoga Practice/ Try This Total Body Challenge

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Benefiting From Your Yoga Practice

Yoga is a popular form of exercise. It can also be calming or exciting, social or meditational, energizing, or relaxing, depending on how you practice it. These tips will help you get the most from every yoga class that you attend, regardless of which one you choose.

* Don’t eat before you go to yoga class. Yoga involves bending, twisting, and lengthening as well as stretching and strengthening. You might feel nauseous or cramped if you eat a large meal before you start yoga.

* Do not be late or leave early. This can disrupt the instructor’s train of thought as well as the concentration of the others in the class. You won’t get the most out of an hour if you cut it to 50 minutes before your class has even started.

Respect others in the class. Talking loudly is not a good idea. Also, keep the conversation to a minimum. If you have to, bring your own towel and yoga mat. Make sure you’re clean and don’t wear strong perfumes. Props should be removed after use and left behind for the next class.


Respect others in the class. Talking loudly is not a good idea. Also, keep the conversation to a minimum. If you have to, bring your own towel and yoga mat. Make sure you’re clean and don’t wear strong perfumes. Props should be removed after use and left behind for the next class.

Ardha Kurmasana - Half Tortoise Pose

Yoga is a popular form of exercise, but it can also be calming or exciting, social or meditational, energizing, or relaxing. Don’t eat before you go to yoga class don’t leave your pagers and cell phones outside. Make sure you’re clean and don’t wear strong perfumes bring your own towel and yoga mat if you have to.

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