What is it that scares YOU about yoga? We all have our pose – or yoga style – that scares us; or maybe it’s just coming into an “actual studio” that intimidates you?! We’ve heard that from lots of folks in our community: “I’m not good enough to come to a real studio. I’m scared I’ll be the newbie in class.”
Whatever it is that scares you about yoga, why not come give it a shot? 1) We all have things that intimidate us about yoga, no matter how long we’ve been practicing. Jay doesn’t like Warrior I; I’m intimidated by arm balances.
2) You really don’t need to worry about what other people in class are thinking, because I can almost guarantee you that they’re too busy processing their own fears or goals to worry about what you look like.
3) The main point of yoga is not to look like a particular picture > rather, it’s to cultivate the tools that our practice offers us, such as: learning to stay calm and breathe deeply in the midst of intensity // to accept our bodies – and our reality – more fully + with more clarity // and to face our fears with courage.
So what are you waiting for? At Waynesville Yoga Center, the first class is free for locals. If you’ve never given yoga a shot, come try a class on us and see just how amazing it can make you feel.
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Leigh-Ann Renz is a massage therapist, yoga instructor and part of the management team at Waynesville Yoga Center.