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How do yoga at home? 10 steps for Yoga Practice at Home

Practicing yoga at home has some benefits over doing it at a yoga center or gym . Here are some steps to help you create a yoga practice at home that helps you grow physically, mentally, and spiritually.

  1. Identify what your goals are in your yoga practice. There are numerous types of yoga, and people do yoga for different reasons. It can be a form of physical exercise, a way to reduce stress, a way to relieve pain or heal an injury, or even a whole lifestyle. You should also think about what wellness component you want to work on, such as strength, flexibility, endurance, anxiety, depression, etc. If you want to do yoga because you want to have a strong body and a calm mind, and you want to be able to practice yoga whenever you want, without having to pay a monthly fee at a gym or yoga center, creating a practice in house may be the most suitable for you.
  2. Create an atmosphere of tranquility. Make sure you have enough space to move forward, backward, left or right without hitting any obstacles. If you don’t have that space, you may need to clean up some of that clutter. If you wish, you can help create an atmosphere of peace and tranquility by lighting candles or incense.
  3. Buy yourself a mat to practice yoga . You can get it at a store in your city or online. 
  4. Buy yoga DVDs for beginners . Whether you are a complete novice or an experienced practitioner who wants to be guided through your practice, you can try purchasing a Yoga DVD. Here you can find some:  yoga dvds. Some videos give you a body workout and fat burning orientation while others are more meditation and relaxation oriented. If you don’t need a guide, you can simply create your own routine accompanied by some music of your choice.
  5. If you follow your own routine, start your practice with a short meditation and breathing exercises to calm your mind and focus your thoughts. Then move on to a warm-up, standing poses, backbends, twists, forward bends, reclining poses, and finally a final relaxation pose.
  6. Practice when no one bothers you . Make sure all your phones are off or unplugged, no one is going to disturb you, and everyone else in the house is out or busy. You should have at least one hour free for yourself.
  7. Decide how often you want to practice . Ideally, you should practice every day, but you can practice as often as you like. You will get more benefits if you practice 5-7 days a week.
  8. Go deeper into your practice . Once you’ve been doing yoga for a while, find some ways to add variety and take your practice to the next level. One way to do this is by doing different types of postures on different days of the week. For example, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, you can practice physical exercises. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday you can do more meditative, therapeutic and relaxing practices. You can skip Sunday altogether or just do a lighter practice. You can also focus on specific areas of your body on different days. There are a lot of ideas.
  9. Keep a journal of your yoga practice . Write down all your experiences and what is happening to your body/mind. Keep track of what’s working and what’s not, as well as how your practice is evolving and helping you become a better person and learn more about yourself. 
  10. Be patient and consistent . The benefits of yoga are too many to list here, but with regular practice you can achieve them all. Keep in mind that yoga is not about whether or not you can do a certain pose exactly like the person in a video or photograph. It’s about the journey towards posture, enlightenment, or whatever your goal is. Keep your mind open at all times.