You know you “should” do yoga, but…
It seems impossible to find the time
to just get your body on the mat
After a long day of work, commuting, and tending to everyone else’s needs, yoga is the last thing on your mind.
It’s just so hard to find the time in your schedule to get to classes.
And even when you manage to get to a yoga class, the teacher goes too fast for you to keep up. It’s all Sanskrit this, and back-bend that. Before you know it, class is over. Were you supposed to have memorized the poses??
Plus, it feels like some yoga poses just aren’t possible for your body.
If you live with chronic pain, rheumatoid arthritis, bad knees, or past injuries that make it hard to move, yoga might feel completely beyond your reach.
Pain and stiffness make it impossible for you to get on the floor, get up again, get back down… lather, rinse, repeat… And isn’t that really what yoga IS?
You feel insecure and out of place at yoga classes. An endless stream of negative thoughts like these sets your head spinning:
“I’m wearing the wrong clothes… ”
“Won’t other people laugh at me?”
“What if I lose my balance?”
“I’m too [stiff] [inflexible] [old] [fat] [injured] to do yoga…”
You know yoga is precisely the low-impact exercise you NEED to help heal your body and mind… and maybe you’ve tried Yoga in the past.
But you worry you’re doing the poses wrong and not getting any benefit. Or worse, you worry about hurting yourself — which is the last thing you want to do!