Summer Series! Ep 1: Creative Ways to Inspire Your Practice This Summer

It’s summer! My favorite season. But, I will admit, that I tend to be more loosey goosey in the summer about EVERYTHING, which means that sometimes my yoga practice falls by the wayside. With that in mind, I decided to create a special summer series with Jason! It’s been fun putting together six extra-special episodes for you all and I truly hope it inspires you.

For the first episode, we offer 10 Creative Ways to Inspire Your Practice This Summer. (If you want a written version of the episode, you can click here to go to the blog post.) Otherwise, listen below!


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  1. Love it.. clear and short tips to push me to the mat and start my practice! Thanks!!

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    • You’re welcome, Catherine! Thanks for listening.
      Andrea

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  2. Great tips. I am one of those people that takes group yoga and I don’t do it at home because it doesn’t feel like a group. Today, 6/20/17, I decided to try this yogaland. I live with RRMS and I do yoga in a group only on Monday’s.

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    • Hi Faith! I’m so happy to hear the episode inspired you. Let us know how it goes and if you have any questions. Warmly, Andrea

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  3. Your podcasts are so great, Andrea! I look forward to them and each time I listen, I learn something new! Thank you!!! I use YogaGlo on a regular basis, and now that summer is here (no more driving my children to and from school), I have time for an extended early morning yoga practice ~ hooray! Thank you, and keep up the great work!!!

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    • Thanks, Heather! That is so great about the morning practice. I hadn’t considered how great it would feel to get a reprieve from the drop-offs, but I’m loving it, too!

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  4. Thank you, love it, I am on vacation and usually bad with home practice, I do not lack motivation just busy mom but i find myself while on vacation working on my (hate) yoga postures. Also enjoy the Yoga on my Sub Board, great for Balance…. Yeah!!!

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  5. I wonn’t feel bad for shortening my practice during summer!! I feel happy with the idea that doesn’t matter how short.. but keep it constant! =) yess.. that will be my goal this summer! Kisses to you both and have a great summer too!

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    • That’s great, Aline! Consistency is key. Much love to you! Andrea

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