Starting a yoga practice can be an overwhelming journey. Even maintaining your current practice can lead to frustration. Though practicing yoga is a wonderful thing, we can get hung up in the basics. We can lose our focus by wondering "Am I doing this right? Is this even what yoga is? I don't look like that person; I must not be doing it." We even struggle to trust that we can do yoga on our own, without instruction.
In this six-week series, Randi will guide you on establishing a firm foundation for your yoga practice that will help you feel empowered in any yoga class and develop a starting point for your home yoga practice.
It's a great start for those new to yoga, and it can take you deeper into your practice if you have some yoga experience.
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Yoga has become known for its intense workouts and extreme postures, but that isn't the only way to practice. In fact, yoga was originally created for its therapeutic benefits and its ability to heal physical tension so you can get to the deeper levels of healing and overall awareness.
I first got into yoga as a way calm down my anxiety and improve my mental health, and I quickly learned that yoga can be used for all sorts of ailments in the body, mind, and soul.
Because of my own healing with yoga, I decided to become a yoga teacher to help my bodywork clients have another resource for healing their physical pain. Nine years later, I've been able to help countless number of people heal with yoga techniques, and continue to deepen my own relationship with all that yoga has to offer.
I created this series as a more formal way to teach yoga as a healing modality. Each week we will focus on a common area of pain and self care practices to nurture and heal that area.