Working out is one of the most important things you can do for your mental and physical health. One type of workout that’s especially good for you is yoga. Not only do you get a workout in, but you’ll also relax your mind and body while getting a good stretch in. You can always take a class in a studio or do yoga at home, but if you want to enjoy yoga in a group setting without having to pay a cent to join in on the fun, you’ll love coming out to Free Yoga on the Plaza with Mobile Om. These classes offer you the chance to get your yoga on while connecting with your community. The next class is going to be on July 20 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., and it’s going to be a vinyasa flow class that will make you feel amazing by the time you’re done. Come on out to the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts to join in on the experience.
Now, take a look at some tips and tricks that will make your yoga experience even more rewarding.
Wear Comfortable Clothes
You may want to look good when you do yoga, but it’s more important that you wear comfortable clothes. Generally, more tight-fitting clothing is appropriate, as it won’t get in your way when you’re in specific poses. However, you’ll want to make sure you’re not wearing anything too tight, as that could restrict your movement.
Bring Your Own Mat
It’s usually a good idea to bring your own mat to class. Even if you can borrow a mat from your instructor, it’s better to have your own. That’s because you can pick out a mat that’s most comfortable for you, and you won’t have to worry about its cleanliness before or after class begins.
Keep an Open Mind
When you are taking any kind of class, you’ll want to keep an open mind as much as possible. Yoga can be difficult both mentally and physically, but you don’t want to beat yourself up if you can’t get into every single pose. Instead, take a deep breath and try to remain as open as possible.
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For All Levels
Never done yoga before? On your mat every single day for years? Either way, you’re invited to take this class. You don’t need to be an expert to benefit from this kind of practice, but more practiced yogis will find that they have a great time too. Everyone is invited, so don’t be shy!
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