A Daily routine
Having a daily routine is something most of us can agree is a good thing to have, you wake up in the morning, brush your teeth and your day begins. Whether you immediately eat breakfast or start with a few sun salutations, we all have the basic things we do in the morning that barely ever change, that is wonderful, it keeps us focused and leaves us space in our mind to think about the day ahead or reflect on the previous day while we are on auto-pilot drinking our morning coffee.
An evening routine is also common to many people, we eat, shower, maybe read a book and go to sleep. What if we could add a few stretches to end our day or dedicate 5 minutes of yoga for our bodies to relax and wind-down.
Personally, I am more of a morning-gal I like to get up early and get things done. My yoga routine isn’t something that I do only at a specific time, I try to diversify my practice. Some days I might practice yoga in the early morning and other times I might practice in the evening.
There isn’t a yoga rule book
There isn’t a rule book saying when is the required time to practice yoga (although many yogis say that doing yoga with the sunrise is the most recommended, I’ll leave that for a future post). One can choose the time that fits his or her schedule best.
If you are thinking about when is the best time to do yoga, then the answer is within the question. JUST DO IT. it really doesn’t matter at what time of the day, just begin with 5 minutes or 10 minutes of yoga and you will feel the wonderful feeling when the body receives that stretch it needed. Whether it be in the early morning or late evening – simply smile and enjoy your yoga practice.
I would love to know if you have a preferred time in the day to do yoga? Please leave a comment in the box below.