When I first started exercising consistently and seriously, I never gave Yoga much thought. I didn’t think it could help me achieve any of my goals in strength or endurance. This couldn’t have been further from the truth. Practicing Yoga has helped me in my cross-training endeavours in so many ways, but we will save that for another post.
I want to let you know about my wonderful prize. I entered a contest on The ZenKat’s blog for a yearly membership to The Yoga Collective and I won! At first I thought there must be a catch; contest open to only U.S. residents? Nope, I won!
You see The Yoga Collective is a series of Yoga practices brought to you from a studio in sunny California. The top master instructors offer you a variety of virtual Yoga classes for beginner to advance yogis.
The choices are endless. Your practice can be as short as nine minutes or as long as one hour.
They even offer classes that focus breathing and meditation.
So far I have completed three workouts. One was a meditation session, a Vinyasa core flow (that was very challenging) and a basic flow practice.
It is great to have the option of practicing at home when I can’t make it to the studio and I love the variety of practices, whether I want to wind down before bed with meditation or get in a solid full body flow session.
If looking to practice out of the studio and in the comfort of your own home, I would highly recommend giving The Yoga Collective a visit.