Having a home yoga practice is a wonderful way to deeper your own understanding of yoga, however it doesn’t come without it’s own set of challenges. Getting to the mat is often the hardest part about yoga and even more difficult is attempting the home practice. It is one way to learn what obstacles block you in your practice while learning to over-come them. Plus no one gets to see you in your manky sweats, unwashed hair, or drinking a coke or fall out of a pose. My attempts at getting into handstand with a dog underfoot are laughable. Home is a perfect place to practice when leaving the house just isn’t an option.
Originally posted on Our Collective Muse
I'm pleased to introduce Tahnee Fournier as today's guest blogger. She is a multi talented woman who manages to balance her love of family, yoga, jewelry design and horse riding with effortless grace and beauty. Meeting Thanee and number of years ago, I was struck by her inner and outer beauty, quiet confidence, and warmth. I consider myself fortunate to reconnect with Tahnee during her move back to Saskatoon and find her to be a true inspiration.