30 Day Yoga Challenge

In the month of March, I decided to participate in my yoga studio’s 30 Day Yoga challenge. This is pretty much what it sounds like, you commit to do yoga for 30 days straight. 22 of those days must be done at the yoga studio, and the rest can be done as a home practice.

30 day

I participated in this challenge back in 2012, but was not able to in 2013, because of my trip to Shanghai. I was eager to give it another try this year. What I learned most from doing the challenge in 2012, is that there truly is time everyday for yoga, if you make it a priority. I have lost some connection with that and am hoping to gain it back.

Also back in 2012, I first started a home practice. I had never practiced at home, on my own, before the challenge and I found it very difficult to try to do a class completely by myself. Since then, my home practice has grown tremendously and it’s one of my favorite ways to do yoga. I love the time alone to connect with my breath and get inside my own mind and body. I am interested to see how/if my home practice evolves because of the challenge.

The hardest part will making it to the studio somedays, especially if I end up working late or have a long day. I know I have to make this a priority and will be glad that I did it.

I am excited for this challenge! Wish me luck!


4 thoughts on “30 Day Yoga Challenge

  1. Awesome! I have few options for classes here so I had to start a home practice and I completely understand how hard it can be to stick with a whole hour or 30 min or whatever you’re going for. I found the app YogaStudio that helped me and I recently tried out the MyYogaOnline to keep me in line but to also give me some variety. Also, I’m quasi-obsessed with Yoga with Adrienne on YouTube. she rocks. Anywho, good luck on your 30 days!! 🙂

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