Age Less / Live More

Advanced yoga students come in all shapes and sizes around the world, but the one thing they all share in common is a commitment to self-practice. In order to achieve mastery at any skill whether yoga or chess, at-home study is a must; but the problem is that most students struggle with motivation and follow-through. There are more video classes, practice tips and tools than ever before in history, and yet at-home practice is just as challenging as ever.

So what do you do?

In this week’s Yoga Talk Show, Lucas shares his personal tips and tricks for taking yoga from a “here and there” practice to a total lifestyle shift. He’ll give you simple strategies for integrating your practice in all aspects of your life, from morning to night.
Listen & Learn:

  • Why morning or evening are usually the best “practice times”
  • Why 30-minutes per day might make more sense than an hour
  • How to bookend your day with breathing
  • Simple online tools for accountability, community and support

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • Intermittent Fasting - should you give it a go?

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Direct download: 222_-_Developing_an_At-Home_Practice.mp3
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