When you want to begin a new habit, it’s easy to be really inspired for the first week or two, but fall off track once the novelty wears off. If you notice this happening, bring it up with the community. It’s entirely normal to encounter enthusiasm dips, so please don’t be ashamed if you need to be supported by others. 

 On the themes of learning and support, I am reminded of watching my daughter learn to walk… When a baby learns to walk, there is a lot of falling, but the baby never stops trying. There is an energy which makes them keep trying, despite falling, over and over again…. But their progress also depends on support and connection. Just like us! It’s through relationships that they receive the motivation and encouragement to keep trying. Babies who are without connected relationships don’t thrive and don’t develop appropriately… 

Learning and transformation take time and support, and inevitably require us to get back up, no matter how many times we’ve fallen… 

So today is all about providing you with an online community to support your practice and growth. How little or how much you participate in the practices, challenges and conversations is entirely up to you, but we encourage you to be active so you can support and be supported by others, to feed a community that will benefit many – including you. All the community posts will be visible under our Facebook Groups 14 DAY YOGA CHALLENGE (private group) and RESCUE YOGA (public group). Both are free to participate in and share with others. Not on social media? Connect with me and we will keep you encouraged along the way!

Yoga has a fantastic way of helping to support you along the process of finding your center. I like to call it RESTORATIVE YOGA! Using props and tools to help your body feel supported will in turn leave you more open to accepting support from others. Grab your props and join me for a mini-restorative yoga practice to help your mind and body recalibrate to see your center.

Here is your DAY 6 Practice.

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