The Right Route for Yoga Beginners

Yoga beginners are mostly in a fix about the style and class that is apt for them. Considering the large numbers of both, it is truly challenging. So, here are some tips to help you make the right choice.


Yoga seems like the right answer to all problems and illnesses related to the body and mind. Yes, it is the perfect fitness program. Over the years, it has proven itself and has thus, gained immense popularity with the people now. It is not uncommon to find people raving about its multiple benefits and belonging to one of the yoga classes around. People practicing yoga for months and years are clear about its benefits, while the newbie’s are mostly in a fix.

The countless styles of yoga and the innumerable workshops and classes around put forth the trickiest question, which style and which class is right for me?

Tips for Choosing

So, here’s some help and advice on Yoga for beginners.

1). At the onset, the best way is to attend a few classes for beginners and then determine if it matches your needs and requirements. At the best yoga studios in Los Angeles like Namastday; the instructors are more than willing to explain the poses and sequences thoroughly. Each student is taught and instructed according to his or her comfort level. This enables them to feel comfortable and practice step by step in a way to become perfect over a few weeks. What’s more, very soon, they are able to attend the advance level classes.

2). As far as choosing the style is concerned, choose one that matches your goal behind practicing yoga. If weight loss is the goal, then Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Power and Bikram yoga are the best. For stress relief and spiritual connection, Kundali Yoga is good.

3). Also, many yoga styles including Iyengar yoga have therapeutic benefits too.

Another point that is important apart from style is choosing the right class. Stepping into the wrong class as a beginner might just drown your interest in practicing yoga.

So join the best yoga studio in Los Angeles, Namastday.

For further details, contact them at www.namastday.com


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 December 1st-22nd, Saturday's 12:30-2:00pm
This class specifically focuses on students with MS or other neurological conditions.
Introduction to incorporating Iyengar Yoga to address and help manage symptoms and challenges associated with Multiple Sclerosis and similar neurological conditions. While yoga is not a cure for MS and other neurological conditions in the words of BKS Iyengar "yoga helps us to endure what cannot be cured."
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