This year we have all been reminded to take it slow and take some time for ourselves. We remembered to breathe and be present and in the moment. For a while there, we had no choice, and hopefully that feeling of the need for quiet stays with some of us forever. As the world opens up and we all get used to a new normal, there is still a way you can take time to be present in the moment. There is yoga in Burnaby and, if you haven’t tried it before, you can find yoga classes for beginners to continue your journey of personal care.
The great thing about Yoga classes for beginners is that anyone can come and enjoy an hour or so of breathing and stretching. If you have never tried it, you might be pleasantly surprised at just how easy it is to grasp the concepts of yoga. It may take you a lifetime to master the more challenging poses, sure, but that is the great thing about this discipline, it is for anyone of any skill level. You go at it at your own pace and you evolve at your own speed.
Another thing that is great about yoga in Burnaby is that you can make it a group activity for you and some of your friends. This is a great new way for you and your nearest and dearest to enter the world after lockdown. If a boozy brunch used to be the norm, then maybe the plan should be to enjoy each other while also doing something good for your body and mind. Brunch can always happen afterwards if you are so inclined, but it can be an earned brunch.
Maybe you are a healthy person and you have a workout routine that works for you, but you still want to stay active on those rest days. Yoga is perfect for that. Many marathon runners will do yoga on their rest days. It helps to stretch the entire body and it strengthens the core muscles. Those muscles are very important for a variety of other sports. If you enjoy working out, yoga should be something to look into soon.
Now that you have a bit of an idea about yoga and the ways you it can benefit you and your friends, the only thing left to do is find the right class. Spin and Yin offers classes for all levels of yoga.