• How To Thrive In Your First Yoga Class – 8 Tips For Anyone New To Yoga

    How To Thrive In Your First Yoga Class – 8 Tips For Anyone New To Yoga

    When I first made a commitment to yoga, I was scared and uncertain about what it would be like and whether or not I could even “do” yoga.  I can honestly say starting and then committing to a yoga practice is one of the best things I have ever done for myself!

    If you have been considering starting a practice you are not alone.  Many are turning to yoga as part of a healthy lifestyle.   It helps to have a basic understanding of what to expect so you can focus on what’s going on in the class and what’s going on with your body.  Here are 8 tips to help you not only survive, but thrive in your first yoga class!

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    Hope Knosher, Certified Yoga Therapist-IAYT, E-RYT500 and Founder Hope’s Yoga.

    Overcoming breast cancer years ago, Hope turned to yoga to help her heal. After her practice lifted her mentally, physically, and emotionally she experienced a heartfelt calling to share the healing qualities of yoga with others.  Hope loves inspiring and empowering others to live a more joyful and connected life, reduce chronic stress, increase awareness, compassion, and mindfulness; while strengthening body and mind.

    Hope’s writing is featured by MindBodyGreen, Lucy Activewear, Mantra Magazine, Natural Awakenings, The Wellness Universe, as well as her own blog.

    Hope’s Yoga has been named Best Of Atlanta by Atlanta Magazine and Hope has been named one of Atlanta’s Over 40 and Fabulous by Best Self Magazine and Northside Woman Magazine.

    Connect with Hope at www.hopesyoga.com for more information including her full schedule, retreat calendar; or to schedule corporate or private classes and speaking engagements.

  • Posted by Patti Benjamin on February 9, 2016 at 5:30 pm

    Even though my schedule and life have changed and I cannot attend your classes currently I still remember and keep the things I learned in my heart. I have recommitted to doing yoga on my own. Even though I am doing my practice by myself for now I still hear your gentle encouragements. You helped me in so many ways in the few short classes I was able to attend. Just wanted to let you know how much I appreciated the times I was able to practice in your class. Namaste

    • Hope
      Posted by Hope Knosher on February 11, 2016 at 4:27 pm
      in reply to Patti Benjamin

      Oh Patti! You brought tears to my eyes and joy to my heart. Thank you so much for your kind comments and I am so happy that you are still practicing:) Love and Light, Hope


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