• 10 Reasons To Love Yoga

    10 Reasons To Love Yoga

    1. Yoga Is For Everybody

    There are no rules, no boundaries and definitely no age limits.


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    2. You Can Wear Whatever You Like

    And as much as we all love wearing our stretchy pants…


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    Apparently there’s a thing called “Yoga Jeans” now, so who needs those stretchy yoga pants?


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    3. You Can Practice Anywhere You Like

    While you are out rock climbing…


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    On top of a train…

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    On the street…

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    At work…


    Even on the subway.


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    4. You Can Have A Yoga Themed Birthday


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    5. You Can Even Strike A Pose Or Two On Your Wedding Day


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    6. You Can Combine Yoga With Wine


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    7. Or With A Coffee Break


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    8. And It Makes You Feel Like You’re Flying Sometimes


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    9. You Can Practice With Anyone

    With your kids.


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    And with your pets…

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    They might actually end up loving it more than you…

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    10. It’s Yoga

    No matter how, why or where you practice, it’s easy to love yoga.


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    And to all you yogi’s out there…


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  • Anna Coventry
    Anna is a 500hr RYT and writer who grew up in New Zealand and is now an international yoga gypsy. She's also the Community Manager of DoYouYoga.com and believes that happiness and wellbeing come from a balanced approach to life and self, and aims to inspire people to care equally for their mind, body and soul. Anna is an advocate for the transformative powers of yoga and meditation and she enjoys sharing her thoughts, ideas and experiences in a light hearted and honest way on her website Bubbles and Backbends. You can also find her on Facebook and Twitter.
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