Rekindling the Flame: Returning to Yoga
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With Ray Crist
An All New Approach to Return to Your Practice
Every Sunday Beginning September 17, 2023
September 17, 24, October 1, 8, 15, 22, 2023

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For Beginners and Those Returning to Yoga 

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Life often takes us on unexpected journeys, and sometimes our once-beloved routines, like a dedicated yoga practice, can fall by the wayside. Whether due to injury, a hectic schedule, or simply losing touch with our inner yogi, stepping back onto the mat after a long hiatus can feel like both a daunting and exhilarating prospect. Just as a flickering flame can be reignited with a gentle breath, so too can our dormant yoga practice be rekindled with patience, self-compassion, and a willingness to embrace the journey of returning to the mat.

Beginning or Returning
Take it one Step at a Time

Embrace the mat once again and find joy in the process of reclaiming your practice.

Acknowledge the Pause

Embarking on the path of resuming your yoga practice begins with acknowledging the pause you've taken. Be it a physical injury or the demands of life, give yourself permission to honor the reasons for your absence without judgment. This acknowledgment sets the stage for a compassionate reentry, free from self-criticism.

Set Realistic Intentions

Approach your return to yoga with realistic intentions. Understand that your body and mind may not be at the same level as when you left off. Begin with an open heart and set achievable goals that align with your current capabilities. This could mean starting with shorter sessions or modified poses, gradually building strength and flexibility over time.

Embrace Mindfulness

Mindfulness is the cornerstone of yoga. Use this opportunity to reestablish a deep connection between breath, body, and mind. Allow yourself to fully engage in each posture, embracing the present moment and releasing expectations. This mindful approach not only enhances your practice but also fosters a sense of self-awareness.


Listen to Your Body

Coming back to yoga after a hiatus requires keen attentiveness to your body's signals. Respect its boundaries and honor any sensations or limitations. Modify poses as needed, and don't hesitate to use props for support. Your practice is about nurturing yourself, not pushing yourself to extremes.

Cultivate Patience

Patience is key as you rediscover your yoga practice. Progress may seem slow initially, but remember that each session contributes to your overall well-being. Approach your practice with curiosity and a sense of exploration, celebrating even the tiniest victories along the way..

Nurture Self-Compassion

Be your own greatest ally during this journey. Embrace self-compassion as you rekindle your yoga practice. Treat yourself with the same kindness and understanding you would offer to a dear friend. Remember, this is a process of rediscovery and growth, and setbacks are merely stepping stones toward progress.