The phone is ringing, you've got a report to write, bills to pay, your children want your attention and you're wondering how you're supposed to find time for yoga amongst it all.
It's exactly during these busy periods that we need a little 'me' time more than ever. So, if you can't get to a yoga class or escape for a few days to a yoga retreat, with a little mindfulness & planning you could be practising yoga all the time.
Tuesday, 13 March 2012
Whilst many people know yoga is good for them, the majority have still not tried it or struggle to find the time to regularly attend a class. This, coupled with high levels of stress, an unhealthy diet and long working hours means that the world's population is growing increasingly unhealthy. Oh dear.
A great solution that is increasingly popular is to take a yoga holiday. A yoga holiday is an opportunity to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, to slow down, take stock and allow the mind to become clear and calm.
Quite simply, going away can be the first step toward coming home to yourself.