Yoga can look intimidating, especially if you associate yoga with handstands and “challenging” poses, but if you're just starting out and want to truly understand the pure beauty that is yoga, I'm confident you'll get so much from this program.
And remember — doing "hard" poses certainly is not the goal of yoga. The goal is to experience internal and external shifts and start feeling more aware and conscious in all areas of your life— the formless parts that can't be seen with your physical eyes.
Perhaps you've done some yoga in the past, and made some progress. This program can help you take your practice to the next level. You’ll discover how to level up your practice, but also ease into it. Force and strain is the enemy of yoga, as it creates an internal sense of suffering and takes you away from your awareness of your breath and body. It's much better to be gentle and progress slowly, almost as though you don't even know you're "working out" — only to wake up one day and see how different your body looks and feels.
If you've been doing yoga for a while, congratulations! You already know so much of what yoga can do for you. And the good news is, this program will not only provide some new sequence flows for you to practice with, but it can help deepen your understanding of yoga—not just on a physical or practical level, but as a way of moving through life.