So, you want to make yoga a daily habit? Great! 
 
Yoga has dozens benefits: relief back pain, flexibility, reduce stress, weight loss, and more.

If you've tried but failed to make it a habit.

This article will help you to make it a daily habit.


Let's get started!

1. Do yoga first thing in the morning 



Doing yoga first thing in the morning has a great impact when it comes to make it a daily habit. 

I've 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? 


You may don't have time in the morning or a morning person.

In that case, Set a time for it.

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

Most importantly, set a time and stick with it.

2.Organize Yoga space That Inspires You



Organized space helps you stay focused. that keeps you energized, motivated, and inspired.

If you organize your space then more likely you'll take action.

Ideas to create a yoga space that'll inspire you


Chose an empty place.
Placed all yoga essentials:
yoga mat, blanket, block everything you needed.

Hang anything inspirational on the walls.

Set up 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 is to place your yoga mat or yoga blanket right next to your bed.

It reminds you and motivates you to take action immediately.

3. Track your progress


To make it a daily habit, you need: motivation, direction, and confidence. tracking progress gives all.

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

you'll be motivated and will be more focused, more dedicated to it. 

How can you track your progress?


The easiest way is a calendar.

There are so many apps 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 be demotivated, if you can't do it perfectly


If you are a beginner, you may get demotivated by the people who do it magically.

And, most people stopped practicing, before getting better at it. And started thinking, yoga is not for them.

You'll be there if you practice, 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, most people try the advanced.

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 can be achieved.

Set a goal like 15 minutes, even 5 minutes for the next 15 days. And you will do it, no matter what.

6. Don’t force, make it fun


Doing yoga should be enjoyable.

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.

Yes. You'll make mistakes, no problem. Try and makes fun of it.

7. Taking an online yoga class


If you are a beginner, struggling to get started, don't know where to start. 

If you wish someone's experienced  guides you at the comfort of your home. 

Then, taking an online yoga class can be effective. And you can choose it from dozens of programs.

8. Stay Away From Excuses


If you want to start doing yoga and want to make it a daily habit. Excuses come your way, that will stop you from making it a 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? 


Write down your excuses, and then find the why, the solution to encounter them.

Why Do You Want To Do It - The Reward?

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

Thinking about the benefit and reward,
gives clarity, motivation, and craving that keeps you on the right track.


How Much Time Does it Take To Make Yoga Daily Habit?


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

And, it can take up to 6month.

However, after doing it for 2month, you'll start getting used to it.

After that, everything will be on autopilot. 


Ready to Make Yoga a Daily Habit? 

Don't force, just make it fun. Track your progress. Stick to it.

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

Save it for later!