Yoga for Beginners 2 with Yoga Journal

If you feel confident in fundamental postures and are ready to explore different types of yoga and take your practice a little deeper, this course is for you. Yoga Journal’s Yoga for Beginners 2 course will help you find a personal practice and routine that resonate with you, so that you’ll want to stick with yoga well into the future. Adding to the foundation you built in Yoga for Beginners 2, this six-part course will delve into the basics of breathwork, or pranayama, and meditation, as well as introduce you to different styles of yoga. Plus, you’ll get four video classes and five audio classes. Sign up today and find the yoga practice that’s ideal for you!
Yoga for Beginners 2 with Yoga Journal
We know yoga is good for mind, body, and spirit, but developing and sticking with a regular practice can be difficult. Beyond the very real challenge of trying to find time in your packed schedule, you might struggle to find a style of yoga that inspires and motivates you to come back to the mat over and over. Fortunately, there are many schools, traditions, and paths to choose from, and we can help you find the ones that are ideal for you. Take some time with Yoga Journals Yoga for Beginners 2 course to experiment with different styles to reveal what resonates most with you. This course includes:
  • Detailed lessons on the importance of breath and different yogic breathing practices
  • The benefits of meditation, how it relates to yoga, and steps for getting started
  • Descriptions of different yoga styles, including a fun flowchart to help you find a place to start your exploration
  • Four 15-minute video practices from the vinyasa, Iyengar, Kundalini, and Yin traditions
  • Four 15- to 30-minute audio practices from the Forrest, Prana Vinyasa Flow, restorative, and therapeutic schools of yoga
Even if you’ve already discovered a style of yoga you love, exploring various forms of the practice may unearth new passions, and it will certainly keep you interested in and connected to the dynamic and bountiful benefits of yoga.



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