Follow my yoga quest at home and on the road…

The New Year – Home Practice

on January 30, 2013

Two thousand and thirteen commenced with daily home practice.

The majority of yoga studios/shalas, etc, near my home, close their doors over the Christmas/New Year break. This is a good opportunity to challenge myself to undertake home practice – getting on to the mat is the hardest part – once there, all is well.

I am blessed with space in my home where there is plenty of room to roll out my mat – and easily access props, such as chairs, blankets, straps, blocks, and, books.

My i-pad mini is a great home practice resource that allows me to quickly access items such as a timer (https://insighttimer.com/), asana diagrams and text, suggestions for sequences, Safari, i-books, and invocations from YouTube. For me, the i-pad and yoga are a valuable partnership.

And so the year two thousand and thirteen began for this YogiOnTheMove.



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