Yoga Self-Practice - How to practise yoga without being told what to do!

Yoga Self-Practice - How to practise yoga without being told what to do!

£10.00Price

Have you ever rolled out your yoga mat at home and then felt stumped as to what to do or where to start?

 

Yep, me too! So I thought it would be helpful to put together a workshop with some practical advice on where to begin and how to develop your personal yoga practice.

 

When we first experience yoga it's important to be led by a teacher, to make sure we understand what to do and how to practice safely. But once you've been attending classes for a while, you'll probably want to bring some elements of yoga into your daily life. So in this workshop I'm going to help you establish a personal at-home yoga practice.

 

What to expect in this 90 minute session:

  • We'll start with a chat about self-practice - what it means and why it's important
  • I'll explain the different elements to include in your self-practice (types of poses, breathwork, meditation/savasana)
  • I'll tell you about my 4 methods of self-practice
  • For the final 45 minutes we'll get on the yoga mat and move. There will be the opportunity to do your own thing, or to follow me.
  • We'll end with a long guided relaxation in savasana

 

You don't need an 'advanced' yoga practice to benefit from this session - as long as you've attended yoga classes for a while, this is for you :)

 

This is the recording from a live workshop so you will also hear some of the attendees asking questions. If you have any questions after watching the recording, please ask me at emilyrowellyoga@gmail.com

  • What do I need?

    • Grab a notepad and pen and find somewhere comfy to sit as we will spend part of the session chatting about self-practice.
    • Wear yoga clothes and have your mat ready, as we will spend the second half of the session moving through poses together.
  • How will I access the workshop?

    Your order confirmation email will contain a download which has a link to the workshop recording as well as a Spotify playlist which you might like to play for some calm background music.