10-Minute Daily Yoga

I’ve done yoga on and off over the years, but I have to admit, for me, I really just needed to do it on my own, not in a group where I would feel self-conscious. My need for a more meditative solitary practice inspired me to ask my friend, Paula Suter, if she would be willing to pass on to me her intuitive yoga knowledge. She has such a way about her, I wanted some of her calm and beauty for myself. This was her gift that she passed on to me. In the spirit of paying it forward, here’s her rudimentary 10-minute version for you to try yourself, modify for your needs, and then share with others. Enjoy.

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We were in a beautiful place in Mexico surrounded by unpopulated hills and the sounds of the sea in the distance. Seeing these images and video just transports me there. I had only shot it for my own personal use, but Paula has graciously given me permission to share it with you all here. The images and video should simply speak for themselves (do pause the video to do your stretches, as we blasted through the poses quite quickly.)

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6 thoughts on “10-Minute Daily Yoga

  1. I’ll make use of this for those occasions when I can’t do my class. Unlike you, this is my preferred option, as I’m too ill-disciplined to do it on my own very often. Also, like Scribbleartie, I don’t necessarily think I’m doing it right if left to myself. I’m lucky, my class is fabulously facilitated (take a bow, Sarah!) and extremely supportive, so it works for me. I’m glad your way of working’s right for you too.

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  2. thank you! so appreciated….best to you, maria clara villota o the little island of marthas vineyard.

    On Tue, Mar 14, 2017 at 12:59 PM, Pioneering The Simple Life wrote:

    > Pioneering The Simple Life posted: “I’ve done yoga on and off over the > years, but I have to admit, for me, I really just needed to do it on my > own, not in a group where I would feel self-conscious. My need for a more > meditative solitary practice inspired me to ask my friend, Paula Suter, if” >

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