Yoga is all about listening in to your body. How am I feeling? What does my body need today? Where am I sore or tight or even possibly injured? Today my body is saying rest. So I chose a shorter fusion class – vinyasa with some prana-moving kundalini aspects. It was good but I’m till feeling worn out and sore.
Another great thing to do when embarking on a yogic path is to visit your chiropractor or your massage therapist regularly. As my chiro said to me, new students of yoga usually need to come in more – all that yoga while still new to alignment can get you all bent out of shape! I think I am due for that.
Here’s the class on Gaia TV: Joyous Unfolding and Rejuvenation by Kia Miller. I really enjoyed the kundalini prana-moving parts of this class. I kinda wished I had just done an hour of that. You can see my son on the couch behind me – at one point he was saying ‘that looks like fun mummy!’ It was. Love to get the prana moving.
Again this is on Gaia TV which you need a subscription for – but it’s very reasonable and definitely worth every cent. (PS I am not an affiliate of Gaia. I just love it!)
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