Yoga at Home: A Beginner’s Guide

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Yoga at home offers a rejuvenating way to achieve inner peace and holistic well-being. In this blog, we will explore the incredible benefits of practicing yoga at home, guiding you through a transformative journey toward a healthier mind, body, and spirit.

How to do Yoga at home

Our aim at Inspire Yoga is to give you the confidence to create a self-practice, where you can start your day by rolling out a yoga mat in the comfort of your own home and have the know-how of what you need, a gentle stretch, an energizing workout or a calming practice, all depending on the day and being mindful to what your body is asking for. Most of the time we push our body and let our mind be in charge of what needs to take place, yoga is the time of listening to what the body needs, to understand where the areas of tension and stiffness are and how to systematically and compassionately release the areas that are feeling stuck, so you enjoy a greater freedom of movement and an increased vitality. Many of our clients have practiced with a private instructor at home in order to get to this point where they feel self-sufficient in practicing on their own and truly listening to their body, this is what yoga is in its essence- it’s the confluence of body, mind and breath, being so present with yourself that all the stress melts away.

To get started, email [email protected] and we will set up a free consultation for you. Our classes are held in the comfort of your home or office and scheduled around your availability. The consultation helps us to understand your needs and objectives so we can curate a program that is personalized to you in order for you to benefit the most from each class and see the progress from a consistent practice. We will select an expert yoga teacher to host your classes personally, their qualifications and experience will match your requirements so you can rest assured you are in the best trained hands to support your journey. It’s also important to us that you enjoy your program, which is why the personality of the instructor is also considered in the selection process, being able to have a good rapport and have the classes take place in a friendly manner will ensure you look forward to each class.

Starting with private classes will require you to find a place in your home, be it your living room, study or room that you can come back to each class, also having a set schedule will really help to build a habit that is long-lasting. Find a time and a place that you can commit to and set aside for yourself. Your teacher may assign you a couple of minutes of yoga to do on your own each day, rather than homework, treat it as time for self care, this will create a healthy routine as you slowly build your own self-practice.

We all know yoga is great for us, not only for our physical health but more and more research is pointing to the benefits yoga has on our mental health. Taking that first step to get started can feel daunting for a beginner, if you have never practiced yoga before entering a studio can feel intimidating trying to keep up with people who are ultra-flexible. That’s why we suggest private classes, let us meet you where you are, you will gain more awareness of your movements and how the postures should feel in your body, be guided by a teacher you trust, work through any tension with expert attention and understand what style of yoga is best suited for you, then you will feel more comfortable practicing in a group or even on your own. For more information, please visit

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