“How Do I Know If I am Doing All
This Correctly and Where Do I Start?”
There are many reasons why this information can be extremely important…
When combined, all of these parts within learning about yoga play a big part in being more successful towards your goals and maintaining them in the long term.
In other words, it gives you a solid start in yoga techniques and knowledge.
The information within this guide is essential because you’ll learn how to improve your overall yoga strategies and most importantly how to be successful when putting it into practice.
With Yoga You, the main idea is to better your knowledge to boost your health and fitness goals.
When knowing about yoga from A-Z, the magic begins. Within this guide, you’ll learn all the lessons that are involved in your long-term goals. Therefore by enticing yourself to stick with it and not lose focus on your primary objectives.
“This Book Will Show You Exactly What You Need To Do To Finally Be a Success In Yoga The First Time Correctly”
As a person just like you who has struggled with learning about yoga, I’ve searched high and low to find the best lessons to fix this problem.
This guide is equipped to help you put an end to your frustration with trying to wade through all the info you need to know about learning yoga in executing a successful plan.
Sometimes it seems like you’ve tried everything in your power to figure it out, and yet, despite your best efforts, you’re still seeing no results or not knowing where to start.
Sometimes not knowing even the basics of getting started with learning about yoga can be hard and daunting.
Also not understanding the basics of how yoga works can be a downfall within any goals you set.
Plus not knowing the best ways to make sure that you’re learning correctly.
That’s why I’ve decided to put together a step-by-step guide focused on helping you navigate through the process of learning everything about yoga correctly to maximize your results and improve your overall goals…
Yoga You Introduction
The benefits of Yoga are well known to everyone who has ever tried the discipline but if you are new to Yoga let me recap.
Yoga is a fantastically popular and effective way of strengthening you physically as well as mentally and spiritually. This last ‘spiritual’ aspect may turn some people off, but it’s not something that needs to be associated with religion.
Really the best alternate word for the spiritual strength of Yoga is contentment or happiness. It allows you to be a calmer person and more happy with yourself. Put like that it sounds pretty great doesn’t it?
So you’ve probably heard a little about Yoga and wondered what it’s all about. You probably have a few preconceptions and maybe an image of an old man with a long beard sitting in the lotus position springs into your head in automatic association with the word.
Let’s go through step by step what you can expect in a typical Yoga session.
Step One: The Introduction and Preparation
Most Yoga classes begin in a standing position. There are both mental and physical reasons for this and they are closely connected. The standing position is the most natural Human position there is.
Leonardo Da Vinci produced a famous scientific picture of the symmetry of the human body when it is in its natural standing position. The outstretched arms and legs can have a perfect circle drawn around them and this is true of everyone regardless of their height or weight.
What this means is that a standing pose comes naturally to us – we are not worried about getting it wrong and we can concentrate of the state of the body. Breathing exercises will be a key part of the warm up stage for your routine.
This is the only time in your life you will be ‘taught’ to breath and it’s a skill which allows people to restore calm to their bodies and thoughts.
Step Two: The Main Routine
This is the art of your Yoga session which will vary the greatest depending on what forms of Yoga you are learning. While the individual exercises you will be doing are going to be quite different, the nature of them will be very similar.
This will mean moving into certain poses and positions and holding those poses to allow the body to stretch out muscles and muscle groups that in many cases haven’t been given much attention during the week.
Some Yoga teachers will talk to you about energy points of chakras. These are important junctions in your body where congestion occurs and stretching them out allows energy to flow freely around your body.
Step Three: Ending the Session
While the main session is about releasing pent up energies, this stage of your Yoga workout is all about allowing that energy to flow around your body. Many people have trouble with thinking about some strange mystic force that is flowing through you and driving it to certain parts of your body.
If you are one of them just mentally substitute the word ‘energy’ with the word ‘blood’.
We know that the job of blood is to carry nutrients and oxygen around our body, and we know that if any part of our body is lacking in this supply that we will become ill, so it’s not a huge stretch to think of blood as the mystic energy force that brings health around our body, and exercises such as Yoga as being the method