Do you feel that way?
And you have maybe even tried it once in your local gym and the result was that you couldn’t walk for three days after.
Here’s the good news:
you don’t have to have ANY kind
to get THE SAME out of a yoga session
as someone who will smoke
cigarettes holding em with their toes.
The key, on the yoga mat as well as on the dance floor is to feel your boundaries and respect them.
In yoga and raves alike there is no as in zero elements of competition.
So today I just want to give you a friendly reminder, that a little bit is better than too much.
Also in the context of yoga.
In Rave Nutrition I recommend a few very basic yoga moves.
Here’s one of them:
So imagine you can’t even stretch your legs or touch your toes to say the least.
Be gentle with yourself.
B-R-E-A-T-H-E and trust the process.
I've dedicated a chapter of Rave Nutrition to exercise. I have found yoga to be my ultimate partner at the dance floor, when Kung Fu isn't around, I mean.
Before I leave you today I just want to give you a heads up on the best yoga teacher I ever met.
Pradeep Bikram Rana offers online classes at very reasonable prices. He's a multi lingual guy.
I'm sure he will be able to teach you too.
You can find his schedule here: www.yogaatemraum.de