“Spend your time building a good foundation for your practice and then let everything else flower from that.” Kino MacGregor
Do you want to start your day with a yoga practice, but don’t know how to begin? This beginner yoga practice is perfect for people who are just starting out, and it only takes 20 minutes.
There are many benefits to practicing in the morning. Practicing first thing in the morning …
Sets your intention for the rest of the day:
When you wake up in the morning and do your yoga practice, it sets the intention for the rest of your day. You’re telling yourself that you’re going to take care of yourself and do something good for your body. This positive intention will stay with you throughout the day and help you make better choices.
Boosts your energy:
Yoga is a great way to boost your energy levels. It gets your blood flowing and your heart rate up. It also helps to oxygenate your cells and wake up your brain. All of this combined will give you more energy throughout the day.
Stops you from procrastinating about doing your practice:
When you have a yoga practice that you can do in the morning, it stops you from procrastinating about doing your yoga. You can just roll out of bed and do it. No more excuses!
Puts you in a better mood:
Yoga has been shown to improve mood and reduce stress. When you start your day with a yoga practice, you’re putting yourself in a better mood for the rest of the day.
Dopamine is a feel-good neurotransmitter that helps to improve mood and increase motivation. When you do a yoga practice, it increases dopamine levels in the brain, which will help to improve your mood and increase your motivation.
Yoga has been shown to combat stress by reducing the levels of the stress hormone cortisol. When you do a yoga practice in the morning, you’re helping to combat stress for the rest of the day.
Boosts your immune system:
The deep breathing and movement help to increase the flow of lymph, which helps to fight infection and improve immunity.
Makes you feel great:
Yoga just makes you feel great. It’s a chance to move your body, breathe deeply, and connect with yourself. When you start your day with a yoga practice, you’re starting your day off on the right foot. You’re telling yourself that you’re worth taking care of and that you deserve to feel great.
Watch this video with Kino for a simple beginner yoga practice you can incorporate into your morning routine.
So, there you have it. A morning yoga practice for beginners that you can do to start your day off right. Remember to always listen to your body when you practice.
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