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Season 1 - Episode 2

Tips for Success

5 min - Talk


Nathan shares five tips for success as we embark on this 30-day challenge together—intention, tools and props, commitment to a time, patience, and connection. For this challenge you will need a yoga mat, two blocks, a strap, and a blanket. Let's begin!
What You'll Need: No props needed

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I am so looking forward to this challenge.  Thank you yoga anytime for this  gift which will help me personally with my transition into the next decade. 
M Angela I am very excited to bring forward this yoga challenge! Mostly, I want to be a part of everyone’s experience. Not just as the instructor in the videos, but as a resource for questions and answers along the way. Reach out any time you need help with a pose if you have a question about yoga in general that is inspired by the challenge. I wish you the best and an amazing 2020!
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Happy New Year - looking forward to this 30-day journey :)
Shaz welcome in! Please stay in touch and let me know how you’re doing. If you run into any poses you need help with write a comment and we’ll work on it together. Have fun!
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Hey Nathan , really glad to be in this challenge with you and searching for that inner space! I do have really tight hips and ham strings and it’s hard for me to sit on the mat legs wide and fold forward I just round up like a lump, I try to lead with my heart but can hardly make any progress, trying to live in the moment and with time hope to make progress but can’t help but feel aggravated about my inability to bend! Any suggestions?! Thanks
Jane, I completely understand your frustration. I think it’s important to understand that folding deeply into a pose does not necessarily make for “good” yoga. We are all built differently and have different limitations to our movement. These limits are important to recognize and respect. 
I think the best thing I can say, initially, is that the asana are ultimately meant to be vehicles to connect and integrate the body, mind, intelligence, and deepest self. flexibility is not a requisite for that. Each body has to uniquely discover how to touch and develop its own space. 
One option for your seared wife leg pose would be to increase the height of blankets under your hips to two or three blankets. This will allow easier access to inner height and mobility. Let me know if any of this is helpful. 
Hi Nathan i have just joined the challenge and about to start my first day. I am really excited! My intention is to learn and to stay curious. Thank you for creating this challenge.
Yolande! Great to have you here. Thanks for reaching out and saying hello. If I can be of any help in your journey please reach out any time. All my best! Hope to hear form you soon. 
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Hi Nathan, it's only taken me two years or so to finally sign up for your classes. Nice to see your face again. I'm doing pilates at home with marginal satisfaction (loved the studio classes, but they're history now) and I look forward to resuming my classes with you. Happy new year, and namaste.
Margaret G, great to see you here! I am always available for tips or help if you get stuck with a pose. Enjoy the challenge and if you have time, please share how things are going. 
All my best!

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