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How can you accommodate yoga into your routine?

You are all set to start your yoga routine. You grind it in despite your fatigue for two days and the third day is when the alarm is snoozed so many times that you have no time left.
Now, this can and does happen to many people. So any promise to yourself to wake up early and practice yoga is not sustainable unless you make permanent changes in your lifestyle and so here we are to set the stage for you.

Make a Plan
The first step in accommodating yoga into your daily routine is to make a plan. Start by deciding when you want to practice yoga, and for how long. If you're new to yoga, it's best to start with a short practice of 10-15 minutes, and gradually increase the length of your practice as you become more comfortable. Once you have a plan in place, it will be easier to stick to your yoga routine.
Make sure to make necessary adjustments in your sleep schedule, there is no point if you feel tired after a yoga session because you had inadequate sleep last night. It will take time, old habits die hard after all, but you’ll get there eventually.

Choose a Convenient Time
When it comes to practising yoga, it's important to choose a time that works for you. Some people prefer to practise yoga first thing in the morning, while others prefer to practise in the evening. The key is to choose a time that fits into your schedule and is convenient for you.
Ideally speaking, yoga in the morning is better because it helps you have a better day by giving you that extra boost of focus, concentration and loads of positive energy. BUT, if you find it difficult to set it in the morning it’s always better to start from your comfort zone and convenience and then move forward. So, don’t wait for it to get better, go ahead and start today!

Create a Space
Creating a dedicated space for your yoga practice can be helpful in accommodating yoga into your lifestyle. This doesn't have to be a large space – even a small corner of your bedroom or living room can work. Make sure the space is clean, clutter-free, and free from distractions. If it is wewell-ventilatedit’s cherry on top if an open space is not an option. Having a dedicated space helps you get in the right mindset.
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Be Flexible
While it's important to have a plan in place, it's also important to be flexible. There may be days when you're unable to practice yoga for as long as you had planned, or when you're unable to practice at all. Don't let this discourage you – simply do what you can, and try to make up for the missed practice on another day.
Consistency comes only when you are ready to compromise on some things here and there. If the rhythm is broken for a longer time period, it is difficult to start again.

Start Small
If you're new to yoga, it's best to start small. You don't have to practice for an hour every day – even a few minutes of yoga each day can have a positive impact on your health and well-being. As you become more comfortable with the practice, you can gradually increase the length of your practice along with the intensity. Don’t be hard on yourself if your schedule or body do not have enough to offer at the moment.



Find a Yoga Buddy

Practising yoga with a friend or family member can be a great way to stay motivated and accountable. Consider finding a yoga buddy who you can practise with on a regular basis.

In conclusion, accommodating yoga into your daily routine doesn't have to be difficult. By making a plan, choosing a convenient time, creating a space, being flexible, starting small, using online resources, and finding a yoga buddy, you can make yoga a regular part of your daily routine and enjoy the many physical and mental health benefits it provides.

We hope this was helpful and that you can stay consistent. Read more on the website if you want to learn more about yoga and ayurveda. Any doubts? Reach out for a free trial session and we will be happy to help you.

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