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When You’re Learning Yoga for the First Time

After a number of years, a lot of people are still skeptical of the many benefits of doing yoga. But if you’re looking for a way to reduce stres and lose weight at the same time, or if you can’t stand the endless repetition of movements that mean nothing to you—just a series of push-ups, bends and body-throwing exercises—then you might want to try out a yoga class in Austin.

Pick a Style  

A lot of gyms and dance studios teach different styles of this workout. It’s up to you to research on what these are and which ones will work best for you and your body type or issues, says Health.

Have a Goal

One style that works great for someone else might not work on you, so know your health goals. Knowing what kind of results you’re working for helps you determine which workouts are a match for you.

Meet the Coach

Trained teachers are a major factor in your sessions. Excellent ones really make a difference, while bad ones can get you to quit. SunstoneFIT teachers are all 200 hour Yoga Alliance certified.

Check the Crowd

Do you like to practice with a smaller crowd? Go for morning classes since these tend to be smaller. Evening classes are usually bigger, with many people coming off from work.

Be a Beginner

Don’t try to rush into the poses or learn too much too quickly. That’s the worst way to learn. Instead, take your time as a beginner to learn all you can, from different poses to breathing techniques. Master being a beginner first.

Don’t Stop Improving

Continue to challenge yourself.  If you have a specific goal in mind—like weight loss, a better rear, or stronger arms—this is where you might want to focus on one type to help you fix problem areas in your body. When that’s done, move on to the next one. Don’t stop improving. That will keep you fit and healthy.

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