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  1. I have my own core workout that i do daily, but im looking for something that i can correlate my blocks into. Any suggestions?
  2. the cheapest mats ive seen are by Gaiam. im 5'0, 115lbs. I bought the 5mm mat (which are around $30, if you can buy it when it's on sale) and it supports my knees/palms very well when im doing my practice. The 3mm mats (which are $22) are okay for someone who's just starting out on yoga. And as far as yoga classes, I strictly watch candace's videos. She's the only instructor I found that is very well detailed in her videos. I always feel great when i practice any of her routines.
  3. Well, your instructor just made perfect sense! I'm glad you shared that with me! I'm not practicing with an instructor, but I am looking into yoga studios in my area to see which one suits me better. So eventually I would like to try and have an instructor to teach me hands-on, but for now im just studying everything Candace puts out. And i highly agree about the crow not being a beginner pose. It made me wonder what was intermediate lol ?
  4. I've always been really petite with a high metabolism. It's hard for me to gain weight so I never felt the need to work out (sad to say, I know) but now that I'm 25 and have 2 kids, doing yoga for the first time has me feeling defeated, especially after being the type to find it hard to commit to yoga like I did last year. since I started the 31 day program with ybc, I've been pushing myself to keep going but some of the poses I feel so defeated one after the other. I have trouble with upper body strength, like today I had to practice the crow pose and I couldn't get it for the life of me. Do any of my yoga newbies have any suggestions on how to feel less defeated and stay committed?