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Anxiety is terrible.
Guest post by Jennifer McCarron
You may already know the word Yoga (योग) comes from the Sanskrit word yuja (युज), which means “connector. ” A yoga asana practice (yoga posture practice) connects our minds and bodies, healing rifts within us, strengthening us as individuals.
What does it mean when we say to 'take our practice off the mat and into the world'? You've probably had this experience while practicing yoga: you're in a pose that's uncomfortable, you take it to the edge and abide there.
A lot of people want to start a home yoga practice and for good reason! You are your body's own best friend, expert, and teacher. A home yoga practice is a powerful way to nourish the all-important relationship with yourself. Not to mention, a home yoga practice is convenient and free!
We've heard from many of you that yoga - and access to Audible Yoga - has changed your life, made it easier to practice more often and still work with your favorite teacher.
We've heard from our teachers that they love sharing audio classes with students, that they feel a greater connection with their students who are practicing at home with their recorded audio files.