Does it seem counterintuitive to take a workshop to practice yoga at home?
If the point of home practice is to save money or time or to follow your inner guidance, why would you take a workshop from someone else?
Home yoga practice does save money and travel time and cultivates your sense of listening. It cultivates inner sensing and pratyahara, or sense withdrawal, because you are leading yourself.
The yin to the yang of home practice (or yang to your yin, depending on your proclivities) is community. While yoga classes can give you some of what you need for community, being connected to other home practitioners will be an even greater support. And coming together to explore the issues that arise in home practice - from motivation to sequencing - can be the most powerful support. So YES! a workshop to start or support your home practice of yoga makes total sense.
And home yoga practice is for all levels. Whether you're establishing or re-invigorating a practice, you'll receive the knowledge, support and tools you need to set up. Part of what I emphasize is responding to what is rather than imposing our wishes/concepts/goals on our practice, so folks with varying experiences of fitness, injury, wellness and types of goals can benefit. Access to a comprehensive "how to" for beginners comes with the workshop and it's offered monthly so no matter what experience you bring you can have new insights and ongoing support.
Whether you attend a workshop in person or online, you'll receive all the support you need to sustain a practice that will enliven everything else in your life: total life embetterment starts with 15 minutes a day. Do you have a home practice? How do you weave it in with classes, private lessons or other supports? Leave a comment and be part of the conversation!