Oftentimes people don’t have time to do a 30 minute to an hour yoga practice, so here is a practice for those who are new to yoga or time-challenged. Before you practice this 20 minute sequence, be sure to do a round of 3-5 Sun Salutations to “warm-up”. The important thing to remember is that this is YOUR practice. Consistency is more important than quantity. It’s much better to practice 3 days for 30 minutes than to practice 2 days for an hour.
Take pleasure in your practice. Be relaxed and calm. Breathe through each pose and enjoy how yoga makes your body feel. The more you keep returning to your yoga mat, the more you will see how yoga will change your life. We may not be able to avoid the stresses of life, but we can control how we react to the daily challenges that are thrust upon us. Have fun practicing and enjoy the journey!
*Always consult a doctor first before beginning any new exercise regimen. Don't push yourself and always practice yoga within your ability as to avoid injuries.
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