10 Terrific Tips To Practice Hatha Yoga in Your Home

 10 Terrific Tips To Practice Hatha Yoga in Your Home

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Attending a Yoga class is good, but learning to do it at home is better because it gives you independence and saves you lots of money. But it is not easy to practice yoga at home. For example,  there is no studio, no teacher to encourage you, no audio aids and most of all you are practicing by yourself. However, there is hope! There are many resources available for you on the Internet to assist you in your practice. Whether you want to practice just once or all through the day, here are some simple ways to practice Hatha Yoga in your home.

Tips To Practice Yoga at Home

Here are ten tips for practicing yoga at home. These tips may help you when you try to practice Hatha Yoga in your home. There are many great aspects of hatha yoga and these tips can allow you to receive all the benefits of yoga while having the comfort and easy of practicing in your own home.

  1. Create Your Yoga Space

Spaces meant for meditation are full of positivity. However, it is not difficult to create your own yoga space within your home. You can create a quiet and clean space free from sharp objects. Also, you can add some touch of warmth by either bringing in a music system or candles.

  1. Have a schedule for Yoga

Just like the way we set time for our meetings and various activities, that how you should set your yoga time. Morning hours are the best for practicing yoga because your mind is yet to be engaged with activities. However, that doesn’t limit you from practicing it at any time and setting about 15-20 minutes for the practice in a day is an excellent approach.

  1. Practice on an empty stomach.

Yoga is ideal when practiced on an empty stomach. Practicing yoga on a full stomach translates to discomfort and is very unhealthy. Therefore, according to many experts it is advisable to do it 2- 4 hours after a meal. An empty stomach allows your body to focus on the exercise.

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  1. Wear comfortable clothing

Yoga is not an official practice and therefore it requires simple and cheap sports gear. You need to have relaxed pants as you practice to ensure your body has enough space. Also remember that during yoga, your body releases a lot of heat and energy translating to sweating and therefore it is crucial you get a yoga tops and leggings that absorbs sweat.

  1. Watch Yoga video

Yoga beginners can watch online yoga videos to learn more about yoga poses. The videos have got guidelines which are easy to follow during yoga practices. However, when choosing the videos, you must go for the ones that are similar to your particular yoga goals.

  1. Be consistent

Yoga delivers best when you are consistently practicing it. For you to become more flexible and stronger, you should be committed to the practice. This will bring out the benefits with time and make you enjoy yoga sessions.

  1. Avoid distractions

Yoga should be done without any distractions. Houses chores, phone calls, and seductive social media are examples of significant distractors but they can wait. Yoga demands utmost focus, and engaging in other things can result in injuries that could have been avoided.

  1. Document your exercise

Having records of what you are doing makes it more real and encouraging. You can have a yoga diary that keeps tracks and records of your practice progress in terms of time and maybe types of poses. Diarilizing your practice makes you acknowledge and appreciate your progress.

  1. Go slow

Our bodies are different and therefore they might not quickly welcome the yoga practice. It is for this reason that one is should go slow and allow your body to adjust to the practice slowly. That means you should monitor your body and gradually increase the time for the practice to ensure it adjusts.

  1. Breath right throughout the exercise

Breathing is part of the yoga sessions and you should monitor your breathing. Frequent holding of your breath may make you experience some shortness of breath. During the sessions, you should inhale through your nose and then open your mouth and gradually exhale.


The above tips are suitable, especially for beginners, making it easy to do the practice at home. There are many Yoga benefits, and most of them have proven to decrease the effects of various lifestyle diseases. Yoga ensures your body remains fit and flexible, and also, your mind is continuously relaxed.

Danny White