#MondayMantra – Try something new!

Don’t let fear stand in your way, try something new! Everyone has a list of “I’d like to, but haven’t” – whether it’s paddle-boarding on the Charles, joining an ultimate Frisbee league, taking a music lesson or cooking class, or hosting a dinner party.

When it comes to leaving our comfort zone, we often let fear stand in our way. But how often do we actually regret trying something new?

Commit to checking one thing off your list this summer! We promise, you won’t regret it.  We’re stronger together! Share your progress with us on social media #HYLSummer

HYL AT THE STRATTON MOUNTAIN RESORT, VERMONT!

Our Summer 2016 two-week Intensive Yoga Teacher Training starts June 25th!

Join us for an amazing time in the mountain of Vermont. Great hikes, terrific food, awesome friends, a great learning environment, and someone to make your bed every morning!

Get certified in 2 weeks! Find your voice. Improve your practice. Or take one week now and the second week later!

Email us at yogatt@healthyogalife.com for more information!

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Namaste!

Learn how to fix the #1 mistake you are making in yoga practice-by Vyda Bielkus

In vinyasa or flow style yoga we open up the practice with the ubiquitous Sun Salutations: High-push Up, Low-push Up, Upward Dog, Downward Dog. It’s a great way to open up the whole body and start to clear away resistance and stress. However, this is also the part of the practice where you are probably making a very common mistake and do not even realize it. One of the poses to master in Sun Salutations is Low-push Up or Chaturanga and the transitions that accompany this pose. What we yoga teachers know is that this is one of the biggest struggles people have in the practice and mistakes abound.

People struggle with the correct hand placement and how to move from High to Low Push Up with ease. Watch this video to learn how to approach the pose with new perspective. Bring these tips to your mat the next time you practice.