30 Days Approach

This video inspired me to apply the 30 day approach to my yoga practice and other things I want to learn and experience. I started practicing yoga at the age of 14. There were periods that I abondened hatha yoga for rowing, swimming, running and fitness. Although I liked these sports very much, none of them influenced my inner world as much as yoga did. I returned to yoga when grief was overflowing me. It has helped me so much in many ways. I’m ready to master poses I avoided in the past. For the last three weeks, I’ve been practising shoulder stretches, shoulder stand and  Urdhva mukha svanasana and Bhujangasana on a daily basis which helped me improve the poses. I managed to cringe less in the lower back and reach more up and forward up with my chest. I’m going to continue the 30 days approach for yoga and other areas in my life. 




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