I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting (#MC) for MyYogaWorks. I received a product sample to facilitate my review and a promotional item as a thank you for participating.
At the start of the new year, I re-committed myself to daily exercise. I enjoy yoga, but it has been awhile since I have taken a yoga class. I have little kids at home with me during the day, so going to a yoga class is not an option. That’s where MyYogaWorks can help me out. Their website offers 500 online yoga classes ranging in length from 5 to 90 minutes. I can fit a yoga class into my schedule at a moment’s notice, which works out great at naptime.
There are online yoga classes for every skill level from beginner to advanced. I am a beginner, but the first MyYogaWorks class I did was Intermediate. The instructor was very easy to follow and I made it through the class with no problem. I really like doing yoga classes online because there’s no one around to see me if I mess up. I feel comfortable taking classes at home by myself.
MyYogaWorks offers specialty yoga classes including pre- and post- natal yoga and meditation. I like that their menu lets me search classes by time length and target areas. Some days I only have a few minutes, so I can pick one of the shorter classes. And on days like today, I really felt the need to do stretches…so I searched for a class with a “Stretch” target.
I am trying to take a few different yoga classes a week at MyYogaWorks. My body feels so good after I do a yoga session. Now is a great time to check out the online classes at MyYogaWorks because you can try everything for free! It’s a great way to have access to yoga whenever you need it at home, work or when you travel.
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What’s your favorite yoga position? Could MyYogaWorks help you achieve your fitness goals?