After all the recent Christmas season indulgences (eating, lazing around, skipping exercise, etc.), I’m happy to be doing yoga at home again. And since our household schedules and routines have gone back to normal, I’m more able to stick to my commitment of practicing yoga 3-4 times a week. Yay!
I’m so glad I discovered (thanks to a friend’s referral) DoYouYoga.com’s free 30-Day Yoga Challenge with Erin Motz last year. That was my first attempt at doing yoga at home, and I loved it! I finished the challenge, but not within 30 days. More like 90 days probably. But for me, that’s ok. I enjoyed the easy, friendly and forgiving approach of Erin Motz. I appreciated that the video course was completely free. I found that the short length of her videos, about 12-18 minutes each, made it much easier to squeeze in a short-and-sweet yoga practice at home even on busy days. In short, this yoga challenge made me appreciate and enjoy practicing yoga at home.
This year, DoYouYoga.com is offering a new challenge that piqued my interest, so I signed up. The 30-Day Meditation Challenge with Faith Hunter starts this coming February 1. I have never meditated, and after watching these videos by Faith Hunter, I was convinced that this meditation challenge might be a good way to help me achieve better life balance and clearer focus in setting and pursuing my goals.
Till this new meditation challenge starts on Feb 1, I am happy to repeat some of my favorite sessions from the 30-Day Yoga Challenge with Erin Motz. And as Erin Motz would always say, I’ve been doing good and feeling good. 🙂