It’s been a few years since I completed Yoga with Adriene‘s January challenge, (doing yoga every day for the whole month) so I was a little nervous at the start of this journey, whether I’d be able to complete it without feeling like I needed a day off, or how I’d fit it in if I really wasn’t in the mood to get my mat out.
DID I COMPLETE IT?
Thankfully, I’m very happy to say I loved every part of it, and I’m so proud of myself that I finished it!
That’s not to say some practices weren’t exactly what I wanted on that particular day, or that it felt easy to fit it in after a super busy day, but I really committed to this journey, and I was adamant that I would finish it as a little promise to myself.
HOW DID I GET ON WITH IT?
I’ve practiced yoga for about 4 years now, and I use Yoga with Adriene’s regularly so I knew what to expect, but I feel like over this 30 days, I’ve noticed such a difference in my body, it feels much more toned, and in my practice I feel a lot stronger than I did before, and also my mind. Having that time to myself every single day to focus on just myself was quite a relevation, and something I don’t want to give up on just yet.
WHAT WILL I DO NOW?
I definitely don’t plan on giving up on an everyday practice for the time-being, and I think I’m going to continue doing the February calendar on Yoga with Adriene, I’ve seen theres a few 10 minute practices which will be great to fit in on honeymoon, and I really want to continue having that time for just me to focus on my mental and physical health.
If you want to know more, I shared my practices on my Instagram stories, which I’ve highlighted under ‘yoga’
Have you ever tried 30 days of yoga?