You want to make yoga a daily habit, you know that it has so many benefits including back pain, flexibility, relief stress, weight loss and so much more!!

And you want to do and want to make a daily habit! You tried so many things but you have failed.

If so, then you have come to the right place!

Below, you'll get 7 ways that help you to make yoga a daily habit.

Let's get started!!

7 Ways To Make Yoga Daily Habit

1. Do yoga first thing in the morning 

Doing yoga first thing in the morning makes super Impact when it comes to making yoga a daily habit. 

I read several books and habit gurus.

And, every books and habit gurus have common,

Doing the first thing in the morning helps make a daily habit, and it works.

What if you don't have time in the morning to do yoga 

you may don't have time to do yoga in the morning or you are too lazy to wake up early. Did I catch you?

now the question is can you do yoga and make it a habit if you don't have time in the morning

yes, but to make it a daily habit,
you do need to set time for it,
it's so important to make a habit.

If you don't have time in the morning you can do it before sleep or evening, 

Most importantly set a perfect time for you, that you can stick with.

If you don't want to do yoga everyday or want to do it at a specific time, you can set a perfect time for it!.

BUT, If you can do it at the same time, that's great but if you can't still this work.

The key points, set a time, prepare, and stick to it.

2.Organize Yoga space That Inspires You

organize yoga space plays a crucial role to stay focused! that keeps you energized, motivated, and inspired you to take action!.

when you're in the kitchen, what do you feel, to cook or dance?!

if you feel like dancing then you are crazy! I do feel dancing though when I make my favorite meal)

but, what if you don't organize, AND can't find anything in the right place, probably you get frustrated.

the same case in yoga, if you organize your space’ it's more likely you'll be energized to do it.

Ideas to create a yoga space that inspires you

chose an entry place!
and, place all yoga essentials:
yoga mat, blanket, block everything you need!

hang your inspiration, quotes on the walls that inspire and motivate you. 

Set up a tv or laptop in front of you, where you can access online yoga classes.

if you don't have an empty place!
The best way to get ready is to place your yoga mat or yoga blanket, right next to your bed!

It reminds you and motivates you to take action immediately!!

The next best thing is tracking your progress...

3. Track your progress

To make yoga a daily habit you need motivation, direction, and confidence. tracking your progress gives you motivation and direction!

Tracking progress makes everything easier for you to achieve your daily yoga goal.

you feel great you'll be motivated to do and you will be more focused and more dedicated to it. 

So, how can you track your progress?

The easiest way to do it is calendar.

There are so many apps that you can use, but my preference is to hanging a physical calendar on the wall,

where I can see and visualize and get energized and motivated!

This way you feel motivated, every time you accomplish your daily yoga goals.

4. Don't feel demotivated if you can't do perfectly

If you are a beginner quickly you get demotivated...

you know this, you need to practice to get better. still, you feel demotivated watching those yogis, who do magical yoga poses and you wonder why you can't do the way they do,

This is the point where most people fail. they get demotivated, they stop practicing. they start thinking, yoga is not for them. and they fail!

That means you'll be there if you practice, so instead of demotivated. get inspiration, and learn from them.

5. Set a small goal that you can accomplish 

When we set a goal, we try to do everything on the first attempt!

Before learning basic yoga poses, most people try to practice advanced poses. This is where most people fail!

If You tried to eat the whole elephant in one bite. You'll fail!

So instead of starting a big goal, make it small that easily can be achieved! 

you can set a goal Like 15 minutes, even 5 minutes for the next 15 days, you will do it, no matter what!! this way you easily achieve your every goal!

6. Don’t force, make it fun

Doing yoga should be fun and enjoyable!!

I still remember when I started, I was not flexible, and it was a hard time for me.

it's hard to do something, you don't enjoy doing. So try to make it fun and enjoyable.

However, you'll make mistakes, no problem. try to make it fun, don't feel it is hard to do or you can't do...

The point is to make it fun and enjoyable.

7. Taking an online yoga class

If you are a beginner, struggling to get started, don't know where to start. 
what to do, how to do it!

you wish: someone experienced to guide you on what to do, how to do!

Plus: you don't want to travel to yoga studios, you want someone to guide you to the comfort of your home. 

taking an online yoga class is the best way…

And the best thing is that there are plenty of yoga classes and program you can choose according to your preference,

If you don't like one, you can easily find another one for you!.

8. stay away from excuses, it stops you, it's hurt you

if you started doing yoga or you want to start doing yoga, and want to make this a daily habit, excuse come your way, that excuse stop you from making yoga daily habit

Avoid any of these excuses

"I'm too tired, I'll do it tomorrow" 
"I don't have time now"
"I'm not in the mode"
" ___________________"

Excuses. it will stop you, hurts you to make it a daily habit!

how to take control of these feeling when it appears  

The first thing is to write down your excuses, which appear most to stop you to do yoga sessions. and then find the why, the solution to encounter them.

why do you want to do it - the reward

if you want to do yoga to get rid of back pain, anxiety, stress, or to lose weight.

thinking about the benefit and reward,
give you clarity, motivate, and crave, that keeps you on the right track!!
how much time does takes to make yoga daily habit 

You know all these, now the question is:

How much time do you need to make yoga a daily habit

According to this study making a new habit takes 21 days to 2month, 

in some cases, it takes up to 6month and it goes up and down,
BUT, In most cases after doing it for 2month, you'll start getting used to it! 

I would say just do it for next 2month you start filling to do yoga 
you don't have to do anything, everything will be on autopilot. 

Now, are you ready to make yoga a daily habit? 

you don't need to force, just make it fun, and track your progress, stick to it.

Sometimes, you feel demotivated, 
no problem, you'll get used to it.

After doing it for 2month, everything will be auto pilot.. you don't need to worry and don't have to be complicated anymore!

so, which one is going to make first: 

morning habit, inspiration location, or tracking progress?

I'm excited to hear from you.

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