A 30 day program designed to give you the total yoga body. These 30 days of yoga will challenge you to build strength, improve flexibility, and develop mindfulness on and off the mat. Sign up here for daily emails of encouragement throughout the challenge. http://yogawithtim.com/
Welcome to Day 1 of the Total Yoga Body Workout
Here you'll learn the foundational principles of vinyasa yoga that will help you achieve strength, flexibility, and balance, & then build upon this foundation each day. This practice is specifically designed to set you on a path to health, re-set your metabolism, and cleanse your body.
Get Fit and Healthy for Life.
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Day 1 Total Yoga Body Workout
I used to do yoga after my first birth and i was very flexible and then when i got pregnant with my second baby i stopped and its been 6 months after birth and i decided to start yoga again and this was very hard for me after stopping but ill get through it
Holy Hannah! Just found your channel. Long story short. I'm a powerlifter that is on a weight cut and ive been a stiff ball of muscle soreness for 20 years. This was my first yoga experience. I feel great! Gonna try to stick with this if not every day, at least every other day! Thank you!
Thank you for producing these videos. You have really changed my perception of yoga, as I used to think it was primarily for stretching and meditation. Since, you have taught me that through proper engagement of the body's muscles and repeated practice that it can truly build strength. You seem to be a busy man and so I understand if you don't have the time to answer my question: when people attend the gym, they will often focus on single muscle groups to build strength in that region - I prefer to view the body as a whole, but having said that, do you have days in which you will focus on core strength, for example. Or is it enough to practice full body yoga daily for 20m to 1hr? If all you physically want from the practice, apart from improved breathing, flexibility, and state of mind, is to have a lean and fit body.
Fyi, I stick to a healthy diet, and go for a 10k run each week.
Thank you again for all the videos, you do a really great job! My mum is a huge fan as well, haha.
I finally had a MRI two weeks ago that revealed very large tears in both left and right rotator cuffs and also impingement in both shoulders, all from work related wear and tear. No wonder I couldn't follow your exercises. I could use some advice. Thanks!
i signed up since im training for a spartan race and i didnt realize how good it feels to do yoga. i feel it in my muscles. i plan to do the 30 day challenge and will contribute to your cause. thanks for making the videos for all the men who are new to yoga!
Today I decided to do some Yoga because I have knee problems and I can´t exercise any other way. So I came across Your videos and decided to try. I can only say that this, being my first time, it fell so energizing. I really appreciate the time you spent on doing this videos. I can´t wait to see the next one. Great workout routine. Once again, thanks!!
i've been looking for 1 month yoga challenge for a while and I think this is it! I did this 25 minutes practice and I feel ready for the ones to come. I liked the indications, the straight on point class, the intensity was perfect. I must say I have been practicing yoga for over 8 years but had a baby 8 months ago so I need this soothing practice to get back at it and hopefully recover my body strength and shape :)
Woke up this morning and had some pain in my shoulder from sleeping (have a pillow that needs to be replaced). Did this and the pain is much better. I have to admit I haven't done any physical exercise besides walking in a long time. This is fantastic. Thank you so much. !!
I have just moved to a new city and it’s difficult to find a new good yoga class. However, I stumbled upon your videos and I couldn’t be happier! You’re a great teacher, thank you! First day: done! 😊 🧘♂️
Hi ! First oh my goodness I literally feel surges of energy, positivity and the great sense of oneness that a great practice and instructor brings! I also love my enlightened female instructor's but having a male instructor's energy I could connect with is awesome! I will be donating and sharing this challenge on social media.
I’m almost hitting 58 and my body has been seizing up over the years. I’m find your yoga is stretching my muscles without strain. I couldn’t sit crossed legged when I started but with gentle stretches I can now. My calf muscles are very tight but as I follow your program I hope that they too will stretch and relax more. I’m find strengthening my core is helping with my balancing too, so important as one gets older. Thank you.
I was hesitant opening this channel. I am glad I opened it.
I must congratulate you for you very practical instructions. Day 1 and I already felt how tight my body is; however, with this first session I met some relief on my body aches. Thank you!
This is so great, and I can't wait to see results at the end! Does anyone have tips on ways to straighten your back within your practice? I have trouble really understanding whether my spine is aligned during certain positions, and where I should be focusing my energy. Maybe I'm using the wrong muscles?
I'm excited to have this 30 day challenge. Thank you for doing this on YouTube. Yoga classes can be a bit intimidating if you are just starting out. I'm also excited to workout to a male yoga instructor, so I can see what future results can look like. Today I got a good little sweat, I fealt the energy flow you described and learned the poses thanks to your clear instructions. I also appreciate that you moved at a slower pace during exercise, that's a big help for a beginner. I will be donating to your channel. Thank you.
first time trying yoga, I have no flexibility at all. Your voice is very calming, my newborn was crying in the crib so i decided to put him in the bouncer, he was literally watching you go through the motions! kudos man
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