The popularity of at-home yoga practice may have increased dramatically over the past year, but practicing yoga at home has always been an option for yogis too busy to attend a studio.
For those new to the practice, however, it can be difficult to know where to begin with starting yoga at home.
Beginner yogis may feel unsure about whether they are performing the sequences correctly without the guidance of a teacher, or may feel overwhelmed at the prospect of having to formulate their own routines.
Amazingly though, practicing yoga at home is often recommended by yoga teachers. The home environment nurtures the practice of listening to our bodies as we move throughout the yoga poses at our own pace. It allows us a beat of extra time in Childs Pose, for example, or it allows us to really feel the difference when we engage our abdominal muscles as we move through