Do you want to see how much closer you can get to being the best version of yourself within 30 days?
If you're ready to see what positive changes can happen if you commit to yoga, meditation, mindfulness and journaling, sign-up today!
This program asks that you commit to a recommended 5 days of yoga (minimum of 30 minutes) + 1 day of meditation + 1 day of rest over a 7 day period. There will be guided meditations, pre-recorded yoga sessions + mediations, and you'll be asked to complete daily journal prompts to help you explore your relationships, internal narratives, and life purpose.
You can complete your practice in the studio or at home, and plan your practice & rest days around your schedule so that it works for you!
If you're really looking to get something out of the program, we also ask that you set your own goal for the 30 days. It doesn't have to be anything major, but something that will invite more mindfulness into your daily routine- such as reading X amount of pages every day, making your bed, or going for a walk everyday.
BUT- if you want to go big, you can also use this as an opportunity to invite that change that you want into your life. Maybe you want to add an additional physical challenge, give up caffeine or alcohol, or dedicate time to finishing that project that you've let get dusty.
This is your journey, and you get what you put in, so take the time to think about the personal goal you'd like to set out toward accomplishing alongside of your daily yoga + mindful practice. Remember, make it something that's achievable with your own consistency and effort.
Things to note:
- Make sure you have a journal ready to log your prompts - or you can record them on your computer.
- It can be easier to hold yourself accountable if you have a buddy, so maybe ask a friend to join you?!
- Take advantage of the pre-recorded videos you receive and use them in place of taking a class at the studio or a self-guided practice.
- Haven't meditated before and not sure if you can do it on your own? We will offer weekly meditation guidance to help you navigate!
"Writing in a journal each day, with a structured, strategic process allows you to direct your focus to what you did accomplish, what you’re grateful for, and what you’re committed to doing better tomorrow. Thus, you more deeply enjoy your journey each day, feel good about any forward progress you made, and use a heightened level of clarity to accelerate your results,” says Hal Elrod, author of Morning Miracles.
Maybe right now, what you need is some encouragement to help you reflect on your current situation or mindset. If so, mindful journaling is a sure fire way to develop self-awareness, focus, help you think things through, and transform your limiting beliefs.