yoga rut

9 Ways to Get Out of a Yoga Rut

YOGANONYMOUS by YOGANONYMOUS | March 5th, 2014 | 2 Comments
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Every once in a while we all get to the point where we just don’t want to unroll the yoga mat.

You may stare at that rectangle in disdain. Or maybe you hit the mat, but can only think about the thousand other things that you would rather be doing. Sometimes you may not even be aware you are in a rut until — epiphany — a rut!

We all get there sooner or later, but the trick is out to get out of it. Below are nine suggestions for getting out of the yoga rut:

Experiencing “Yoga Block”? How to Get Out of That Pose Rut

Jill Miller by Jill Miller | June 29th, 2011 | 3 Comments
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Yoga block

Is your yoga practice getting a little stale? Maybe you’ve been going to the same class at the same time each week for the past year. Or perhaps you use a video — the same video — every day. If you’re finding yourself a tad uninspired to get on your mat, you might be suffering from yoga block. And I don’t mean a yoga block “prop,” although if you’re really in a rut then your practice may need a little propping up!