You’ve probably heard how fulfilling having a regular yoga self-practice can be  – all that’s left is to step onto the mat!

Or so you might have thought.. Until you stepped onto your yoga mat the first time and completely forgot every single yoga pose that exists. At least that’s what happened for me, when I first started a yoga self-practice.

This beginning of starting your yoga self-practice and making it a regular part of your daily life can be a challenge. It can be a lot of ebbs and flows as in you can go from feeling super motivated and strong in your yoga practice one day, to being too uninspired or tired to step onto the yoga mat the next. You can be beating yourself up for not practicing or pushing yourself too hard when you do practice because you want to experience all the benefits of yoga. NOW.

This is the time in my yoga practice I look back on with most fondness, but I know there’s some rose tint in my glasses. I remember well that some days it just feels like a struggle and like you’ll never get any stronger, more flexible, be able to control your breathing, or still your mind. It might feel like you’re never going to improve. But you will – I promise you will.

Here are some thoughts and some struggles that might be bothering you:

  • I have no idea what I’m doing
  • How to I find the time and motivation to practice?
  • I don’t know how to navigate all the different information out there
  • Which yoga style or yoga poses should I practice?
  • If I do the yoga poses wrong I could injure myself
  • All inspiration leaves me as soon as I step on the yoga mat
  • How do I learn to free flow in my yoga practice?

Eesh, so many big hard thoughts to be navigating through. Here are some resources and blog posts that I’ve made especially to help you:

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A 7 day guide to start a yoga self-practice

Have you ever felt like your yoga potential is going untapped?
Perhaps you look at others and wonder how they get the motivation to practice yoga regularly?
Or you drool over instagram yoga videos and wonder how on earth they do it?

These are the questions I get asked the most: can you give me any tips? And my answer is always, YES, but we’d need a whole week just to cover the basics!

So, here is that week.

Whether you want to practice yoga to build self-confidence, get stronger/ more flexible, de-stress and calm down after a busy day, or learn to handstand for the fun of it, establishing a fulfilling yoga self-practice is the first step to achieve any of those things.

If you’re looking to create a consistent yoga practice, get the inspiration to know which poses to practice, want tools to fit yoga into a busy schedule, and need tips on how to flow on your own, you’re in the right place.

In 7 days and 7 challenges, you will establish your yoga self-practice in a way that creates a lasting and fulfilling ritual in your life that will cultivate more joy, empowerment, and peace in your life.

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Camilla sitting in a meditation pose in Ubud Yoga Centre in Bali.