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YOGA IS FOR EVERYONE

If you are new to yoga and not sure how to get started, this article from the New York Times can help you ease into things. Learn some great tips for beginners and set out on your yoga journey. Click the link below to read more!

PROPS

BLOCKS:

I like to use the 3" blocks but some of my students prefer the 4":
https://www.everydayyoga.com/products/everyday-yoga-3-inch-foam-yoga-block-8148175


STRAPS:

The 8 feet strap seems to work for most:

https://www.everydayyoga.com/collections/yoga-mats-props-9193


MAT:

Most mat will work for our yoga practice but if you are looking into investing into a non slippery comfortable and long lasting mat, I recommend a MANDUKA mat as they tend to be non slippery and come in different thickness and length.

https://www.manduka.com/collections/yoga-mats-pro-series

INSPIRATION

BOOKS:

- " To Bless the Space Between us" by John O'Donohue

- "How to love" by Thich Nhat Hanh

- " A Fearless Heart" by Thupten Jinpa

- "Lit from Within" by Sarah Powers

- "The Practice is the Path" by Tias Little

- "The book of Joy" by the Dalai Lama and Desomond Tutu

- "Yoga and the Quest for the True Self" by Stephen Cope

- "The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali" by Sri Swami Satchidananda

"Mindfulness in plain English" by Bhante Gunaratana

- The Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu

- "The Spark in the Machine" by Dr. Daniel Keown

- "Yoga and the Subtle Body" by Tias Little

-"Breath" by James Nestor

PODCASTS

- Skillful Means

- On Being

- Tara Brach

- From Scratch

- The Wellness Mama

- Yoga Talks

- Everyday Sublime

OTHERS

- Meditation for beginners

https://cleveryoga.com/blogs/news/meditation-for-beginners

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