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There are quite a number of yoga beginners out there who want to start the practice at home. However, they do not know how exactly to get things started. There are always some little tips here and there to assist you in kicking off your practice. Here are five of the more essential tips that we feel can be of great use, especially towards those beginners.

First of all, it is important that you fix a time for your practice. Even though you are practicing it at home, you should make a habit of doing so at a fixed time. If not, you might very well end up postponing and eventually, skipping your practice. As for what time in the day, it really depends on you and your schedule. You can do it an hour after waking up or in the evening. By cultivating this habit, you will be more motivated to your practice on a daily basis.

Secondly, try to pick up a good space in your home for the practice. What we mean by a good space is a more private space where you would not be easily distracted or disturbed by the activities of your other family members. If it is any way possible, find somewhere that is away from the constant ringing of the doorbell and/or the telephone.

The third tip is to start your yoga practice from the very basic. It is very easy for many individuals to push themselves and go over their limit. However, this isn’t the idea of yoga to begin with. Instead, you should start with the easier yoga poses before gradually progressing to the more advanced ones. The truth is that even if you were to practice a mere 20 minutes on just your breathing techniques, it can go a long way in building your core.

Another useful tip is to do your own research. By research, we mean taking up a proper yoga class over a period of time. Alternatively, you can arrange for a private yoga instructor to go over to your place and guide you. After picking up all the necessary poses, tips and tricks, you can then proceed to giving it a go on your own.

Lastly, always remember to set the mood for your yoga practice. This includes dimming the lights as well as putting on soft and relaxing music in the background. After all, yoga is about finding your inner peace. When you are in the right mood, you will also be more motivated to get your practice going.

If you are looking for a private yoga class in Singapore, you will be happy to know that OMG Yoga offers a variety of classes for various individuals. Be sure to check out our website to learn more about us and what we offer.

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