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Should I Try a Beginner Yoga Class?

If you are new to the world of yoga and want to learn more about yoga classes for you, you have come to the right place. One of the biggest excuses people offer when asked why they haven’t tried yoga for exercise is because they don’t know how to do it. The irony here is in the fact that most things you now know how to do took you some time to learn so why would you expect it to be any different with yoga?

Head to KneeWe Practice Yoga. We Don’t just “Do” Yoga

There are many beginner yoga classes out there and if you are looking to get the best all-around experience, attending an actual class is worth it. However, if there are not any in your area or if you aren’t comfortable signing up for a class at this time, there are many DVDs or yoga classes online available to you. If you want to find a beginner yoga class in your area, www.findyoga.com is a great resource. All you have to do is go to the website and you can locate classes by entering your zip code. The site will then show you any and all yoga classes and studios in the nearby area.

Beginner Yoga DVDs Available on Amazon.com

For those of you who aren’t quite ready to attend a yoga class, there are many excellent beginner yoga DVDs out there. Some of the best beginner yoga DVDs include Ravi Singh and Ana Brett’s Kundalini Yoga for Beginners and Beyond and Fat Free Yoga – Lose Weight and Feel Great; Wai Lana’s Yoga Easy Series Beginners Workout; and Yoga For Beginners with Barbara Benagh. When choosing a yoga DVD, you will want to determine what exactly you hope to accomplish. Whether it is toning, general position knowledge, stress reduction, etc., you can find something to meet your specific needs. Your current athleticism coupled with your personal goals will ultimately determine which DVD will be most beneficial to you.

Websites Offering Yoga for Beginners & Advanced Students

Finally, if you would like to start by taking an online yoga class there are many good resources available. The website http://www.gaia.com/my-yoga has been around since 2004 offering various programs including classes like Get Lean, Get Healthy and Yoga Detox: An 8-Day Spring Cleanse. You can also find yoga classes online at http://www.doyogawithme.com/ and http://www.corepoweryoga.com/. The biggest thing with online yoga classes is making sure they are from a reputable teacher, especially if they are going to cost you.
No matter which route you take, yoga is a great form of exercise for your mind and your body. So if you are looking for something to help you start your exercise journey or just a way to decompress, a beginner’s yoga classes may be for you.

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