Yoga Every Damn Day

Yoga Every Damn Day – As a part of A to Z April Blogging challenge, I am going to post a series of Yoga poses. Don’t worry I will keep it simple and crisp… and try not to make it boring. {All pictures are mine, clicked by my dear husband}

Yoga is a revelation. After every practice I am beginning to understand my body better. I respect its limitation and sometimes I am even surprised by what it can achieve. I have learnt that for better physical and mental health, it is  absolutely vital to respect your body first. 

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Not just food, but be careful of the thoughts and negativity that you are feeding your body and mind. The safest approach is to keep the bad stuffs away. I know that’s no brainer, yet not as simple as it sounds.

Don’t be intimidated by others, patiently and slowly, let your body bloom. This is something I keep reminding myself for I am an impatient soul. Of course, my friends bring me back to ground. πŸ™‚

If you haven’t already, do follow me on Instagram where I go extra crazy on yoga πŸ™‚

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29 thoughts on “Yoga Every Damn Day

  1. I think I'll need company to do Yoga every damn day, and till I get that, I think, I must just stick to walking every damn day! Thanks for inspiring, Raj πŸ™‚

  2. Very true and all this applicable to men too. I attend Yoga session every Saturday for an hour and feel like it is enough for the entire week…it is so relaxing πŸ™‚

  3. Daily yoga is on my schedule from tomorrow! Because we are finishing this challenge today! Yayyy! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜›
    I'll just start with the surya namaskar I guess.

  4. I SO love your yoga poses: the second photo is most striking to me Raj! πŸ™‚ And yes, it is SO important what we find the mind as that is just as if not more important! πŸ˜‰ <3

  5. Wonderful! I so agree with you. Respecting our body with its limitations and achievements is the first step. Keeping bad stuff away isn't as easy as being told. You are an inspiration, Raj.

  6. Very well written Raj. I used to do Yoga before and it was rejuvenating. I loved my body then. It was flexible and light. I need ti get back.

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