DEBUNKING THE ONLINE YOGA IS NOT AS GOOD MYTH

Now if you’d asked me about online yoga a year ago, I would have shrugged my shoulders.

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Yoga? Via the internet? That sounds rubbish!!!

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But this year has proven otherwise.

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People are enjoying the yoga at home, in their lounges and bedrooms (and occasionally even their hallways).

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And I was really touched that 20 people showed up for my β€œStand Your Ground” workshop on Saturday morning!

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Some of them local, some of them not local. Some of them I’ve met in real life, some of them I haven’t.

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Online yoga has brought these advantages to the people that do yoga with me and my colleagues:πŸ‘‰ Comfort – do it in the warm at home and wear pyjamas if you wantπŸ‘‰ Community – connect up and do something with others despite lockdownπŸ‘‰ Privacy – turn your camera on or off as you pleaseπŸ‘‰ Time-saving – no need to travel anywhereπŸ‘‰ Flexibility – try out different classes and teachersπŸ‘‰ Better commitment – monthly membership encourages people to attend more regularly and more classesπŸ‘‰ Excellent value – people are paying the same or less for classes than before

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Now I’m not teaching today, so here’s a YouTube for you – an hour-long class that’s all about Releasing Tension!

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In this 60-minute class you’ll use your deep yoga breathing to bring some love and kindness to any tight spots in your shoulders or hips that need to relax.

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This class is suitable for improvers and confident beginners and I will give modifications for pregnant people too.

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See you on your mat soon.

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