While the dew is still on the grass and the family is sitting on their.... well, anyway, in front of the television. There is no longer a need to unsettle this scene so you can run through your Namaste Yoga sequences. You can download them from iTunes and create your very own #namasteNewViews!
Lotus Link and Extended Leg Balance are a fantastic pair for focusing on upper and lower body in one session. An inspirational place to try this combination is an unfinished, wooden structure. The straight lines of wall frames and ceiling beams call out reminders to keep your body strong and straight through Forward Facing Planks and Warrior poses alike.
If you ever find yourself kicking a chair when raising up to Extended Leg Balance or using a table to catch yourself when you lose balance in Warrior III, an open space such as this will eliminate those obstacles (or crutches as the case may be). The exposed boards make for great focal points to help keep your balance in standing poses. No worries about brushing up against a low ceiling either!
What has more potential and possibility than an unfinished room? Only you and your yoga practice. What inspirations will your #namasteNewViews bring to your mat? We're looking forward to hearing from you on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Heather Gregory is an avid Namaste yogini and has been practicing the sequences nearly every day for nearly four years. Her favourite part of Namaste is the opportunity it affords to find her calm, collected center and carry that forward through each day. We enlisted Heather to share her #namasteNewViews as she explores the practice with our iTunes downloads, and blog about her experiences. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org