The 15 Minutes x 15 Days Yoga Foundation Challenge is a comprehensive course designed to introduce beginners to the fundamentals of yoga practice. In just 15 minutes a day for 15 days, you will learn the basic postures, breathing techniques, and meditation practices that are essential to a successful yoga practice. Whether you are new to yoga or looking to refresh your knowledge and skills, this course is perfect for you. With step-by-step guidance and clear demonstrations, you will gain the confidence and knowledge you need to start your yoga journey. Join the challenge today and experience the transformative power of yoga for yourself.
15 Minutes x 15 Days Yoga Foundation Challenge Course Overview
Day 1-5: Building Your Foundation
In the first five days of the challenge, you will focus on building a strong foundation for your yoga practice. You will learn the basic postures, including Mountain Pose, Downward-Facing Dog, and Warrior I, as well as proper alignment and breathing techniques. By the end of these five days, you will have a solid understanding of the foundational elements of yoga and be ready to progress to more advanced practices.
Day 6-10: Expanding Your Practice
The next five days of the challenge will focus on expanding your yoga practice. You will learn new postures, such as Tree Pose, Triangle Pose, and Cobra Pose, as well as more advanced breathing and meditation techniques. You will also learn how to link the postures together in a flowing sequence, known as a vinyasa. These practices will help you build strength, flexibility, and balance, and deepen your connection to your body and breath.
Day 11-15: Deepening Your Practice
In the final five days of the challenge, you will focus on deepening your yoga practice. You will learn more advanced postures, such as Crow Pose, Headstand, and Wheel Pose, as well as advanced breathing and meditation techniques. You will also learn how to modify the postures to suit your individual needs and limitations, and how to incorporate props, such as blocks and straps, to support your practice. By the end of the challenge, you will have a well-rounded yoga practice that you can continue to develop and refine over time.