Ok, so I told you guys the other day that I was planning on starting to do yoga with my toddlers.
Because that sounds like a LOT of fun, right?
But when I sat down to actually implement this awesome plan, I came up on a blank wall.
I had no idea how to even start.
The couple of classes I took ten years ago really didn’t stick.
So, I decided pull together 20 Easy Yoga Poses for Beginners with a Free Printable, so that I had a little guide–and guess what?!
It was perfect–so, I decided to share with you, my lovelies, to maybe make it easier for you to get started, too!
I know that a lot of times, I’m super-sarcastic and that comes across in my writing.
But I genuinely am VERY excited to be doing yoga with my girls.
There’s so many benefits.
And these poses are so easy…really, I think I got through all of them without a single hiccup (unless you count not being able to hold them for very long–or get ALL the way bent exactly like the printable shows, but I DID it!).
Awesome for someone who hasn’t done yoga in over a decade, no?! LOL!
One thing that really ridiculously made this whole experience was this gorgeous, extra thick yoga mat.
Oh, and don’t worry about the names on the printable–some weirdness you can’t pronounce is good for you, right?!
I could put the more fun names on there, but who really cares what they’re called–we’re beginning, after all! LOL!
20 Easy Yoga Poses for Beginners Free Printable
Alright, so here’s the fun, free printable that will help you get started with yoga.
And that’s it!
I think I got through all 20 poses in about 30 mintues.
Not that it’s a race or anything, but I had a few minutes where both my girls were calm and happy, so I took it on myself to try these out without involving them yet.
And it was fun.
So, I really look forward to tomorrow–and including them a little, if they’re interested.
Let me know how it goes with these 20 Easy Yoga Poses for Beginners…I’d love to hear how you got your Halasana on! Heh.
Oh, and don’t forget to pin this ridiculousness so you can find it again in a couple days when you forget what a Downward Dog really was meant to do (hint: it’s not smelling the dog’s butt, thank goodness).