“Of course motivation is not permanent. But then, neither is bathing; but it is something you should do on a regular basis.” ― Zig Ziglar
Challenge yourself with our ongoing 30 Day Yoga Challenge by completing 30 classes in 30 days. Experience for yourself the amazing physical, mental and physiological benefits of a daily practice!
The heart of the 30 day challenge is commitment. It means making a promise to yourself and following through on it. It means banishing from your life all your old wimpy excuses for failure. It means promising to practice and just doing it. Commit to a goal that pushes you. Do it for 30 days and you will drastically improve your chances of turning your yoga practice into a habit.
1. Take 30 classes in 30 days. You may start the Challenge any day of the week throughout the month of January.
2. Within the 30 days you will be able to take 2 classes in a day should you miss a day. Therefore, you could miss a day, but would have to make with a double some other day in order to reach the goal of 30 classes. No more than 2 doubles are permitted.
3. It is helpful to have Challenge "buddy" to help support you throughout the Challenge period. So talk your friend into doing it!
4. Unlimited passes make the most financial sense.
5. You are welcome to complete the Challenge more than once.
1. Get 30% off your next unlimited month or 30% off a 10 class card.
2. Get 2 guest passes to introduce two friends to Ananta Yoga Studio.
3. Enjoy a toned body, clear mind, sharp focus, a satisfaction from completing the challenge, and a healthy habit that could be the best gift you can give yourself.
Are you ready to take on the challenge?
No obligations to anyone, but yourself!
Here are a few suggestions for making this initiative a success:
1. Make yourself accountable. Another aspect of commitment is accountability. Write down your goal and/or tell someone about your plans. Memorializing the commitment on paper or telling a friend helps set it deep into your mind that you will practice yoga for 30 days in a row. Make yourself accountable to prove that you can do anything you set your mind to.
2. Prioritize your life. If a 30 day yoga challenge is something you want to commit to, then make it a priority. Use these 30 days to simplify and streamline your life. Examine your current daily routine and activities and determine what really needs to stay and what needs to get the axe. Maybe that means watching less TV or cutting back on social web surfing so you have time to dedicate to your practice. Most people have plenty of time, they just don’t use it well.
3. Set a time and have a practice plan. A lot of our daily routine, i.e. when, where, and how we do things, is determined by our habits. Since you’re trying to make yoga a habit, figure out the best time in the day and place for you to get on your yoga mat. Morning or night doesn’t matter so much as picking a time and then sticking to it as best as possible. Maybe there are certain yoga classes you want to attend. Plan for it. Remember, you’re trying to form a habit, and consistency will help with that.