Your body and mind will become familiar with the process and will expect and look forward to yourpractice.
A short session every day is better than a longer one every once in awhile.
Set yourself a reasonable amount of time to practice regularly, then when you do have more time, you will certainly benefit.
A morning practice will get your circulation going, improve stamina, energize you and clear your mind.
An evening practice helps to remove body fatigue, relieves the tensions of the day and refreshes you while it helps you to sleep soundly.
Wear clothing that does not restrict your movement.
Bare feet are suggested to keep you from slipping in the standing poses.
It is recommended that you wait at least 1 to 2 hours after eating to begin your yoga session. This time will help you to avoid indigestion or other discomforts from the yoga postures, movements and breathing techniques.
Listen to Your Body. Even when following yoga instructors and books, you are still your best teacher. Practicing yoga helps you to move your awareness inward so that you can hear and understand your internal teacher.
Most Importantly – ENJOY your Practice!
Disclaimer: The information contained in this web site is educational in nature, based on the traditions of Ayurveda and Yoga, and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or to replace standard medical treatment or advice. If you have a medical condition, please consult your physician or other qualified medical provider.