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Beginners Yoga Sunshine Coast 

If you're new to the world of restorative yoga & beginners yoga, it can be quite intimidating if you don't know what you're doing. To make things easier and to introduce you to the beginner's yoga Mooloolaba has known for a long time, here are a few basic facts that every newbie has to know!

Facts, Tips & Info About Yoga for Beginners

Everyone Is Better Than You (And that's okay):

  • If you're a complete beginner and today is the first day you're going to do yoga, it's pretty much certain that you'll be the worst at yoga no matter what room you're in.

  • If you're doing group restorative yoga, Sunshine Coast there will undoubtedly be people that are much more experienced in the practice of yoga than you are.

  • If you're having issues performing certain poses, there's absolutely nothing wrong with that. You're on the right path and will soon become more experienced at what you're doing.

  • Teacher instructors are here to help! If you are struggling or unsure with anything, thats what our teachers are for. They will be more than happy to help you through your beginners yoga session.

Concentrate on Your Breath:

  • It may look like yoga is all about poses. But, as a matter of fact, it's about a lot more. If you come and join one of our classes of restorative yoga in Mooloolaba, you'll find out that breathing is the most critical aspect of yoga. If you're not breathing properly, there's practically no benefit of the yoga you're doing.

  • To advance to the next stage of learning and really reap the full benefits yoga has to offer, it's important that you focus on your breathing and begin to get your mind and body in sync.

  • When you're working with Yoga Vida for Beginners Yoga in Mooloolaba, we make sure that we carefully teach you the art of breathing properly during our sessions. It takes time to master your breathing but you will notice improvements quite quickly!

The Yoga Etiquette:

  • Yoga rooms are a quiet place. If there are constantly buzzing and beeping of smartphones, there won't be any quietness to enjoy in that room.

  • So, if you're coming to learn beginner's yoga Sunshine Coast from Yoga Vida, we highly recommend leaving your phone at home, or at least out of the room of practise.

Muscle Soreness Is Normal:

  • If you've ever tried any sort of physical activity to get in shape, you'd know that soreness is always a part of it.

  • However, with yoga, you'll be using muscles that you haven't exercised in a long, long time. After your first session, you’ll most likely experience a bit of soreness in your body. That's part of the process, and you shouldn’t shy away from yoga because of it.

  • If you're taking our sessions for restorative yoga or beginners yoga in Mooloolaba, we'll try our best to start you off slow to make the experience soothing for your mind and body. However, there will be some pain to breathe through.

If you're ready to learn and want to work with experts who can streamline the learning process for you, Yoga Vida is here to help you out. We're one of the most reputable yoga studios in Australia, and we're hosting 20 classes per week. Give us a call today, and we'll help you transform your mind and body into something you never thought it could be.

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