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In part one of my review of Richard Hittleman’s Yoga 28 Day Exercise Plan, I covered the first two weeks of the plan. I gave an overview of how the book’s daily routines are presented. For part two, I’ll go over how Hittleman ramps it up a notch. I’ll also sum up a few of his “thoughts for the day”, which are his daily discussions on the many ways Hatha Yoga can benefit the mind and body.
Regarding the exercise portion of the plan, Hittleman takes it up a level for the remaining two weeks. Day 15 starts off with these words, “Today marks the beginning Continue reading →
Sometimes, just getting started is the hurdle. You might have questions such as “How long and how often should I practice yoga?”, and “What do I need to get started?”.
Getting started with yoga
The amount of time to spend practicing yoga depends on what you’d like to achieve. But if you are a beginner, anywhere from twenty minutes to an hour every other day is a good place to start. You’ll get the greatest benefit if you can do some every day. However, if you only have ten minutes a few times a week, Continue reading →