first mistake: If you have yoga, practice yoga exercises – life can be hectic, with so many important requests that are in your time. You will try to practice a Yoga DVD at least 60 times a week. You are exercising fully when you feel that stress comes out of your hand, your back hurts or sleep disturbs. When life becomes rough, you know you are running to your favorite yoga instructor or you are looking at the yoga DVD.
Solution: It is by default acting rather than a commitment. Create time each day to join the real you; especially on those days that are hectic. Choose the yoga techniques that you draw and that simply work. It is better to practice yoga five times a week for 10 minutes than once a week for 60 minutes.
2nd mistake: Attaching to fit into his body, which he considers as the only way to practice yoga pose. "We're doing some pose, so your feeling seems to be unsuccessful. For example, twisting is impossible; sitting with painful legs; straight uncomfortable. You wonder how yoga instructor can do on earth. So far, you've only caused pain, and when you raise your arm, it hurts.
Solution: Accept the uniqueness of your structure and the yoga instructor's uniqueness on yoga DVD or class. Learn how to adjust pose and pace to fit your body structure and present needs.
3rd error: forgot to breathe – you fight in the pose and you lose the air. You get the same answer to hectic life as yoga. So when yoga instructor says, remember to breathe, you think, Oh, and you realize that you keep your breath again. Yoga is long.
Solution: Connect flowing movements with breath. And if you keep the poses, create movement with the breath.
4th Failure: Ignoring Yoga's Internal Function – You Think Yoga is Just About Exercise And Yoga Breathing. Yoga works for you, strengthens the body and removes muscle tension. You think yoga is just a good way to have a good body, good posture, and breathe better.
Solution: Begin to explore the inner world of emotion with yoga practice and intent to learn how to create grief in the yoga perspective.