How long has it been that you have been trying to make yourself to start practicing yoga? It usually takes a lot of time for the majority of people to start any physical activity and not only yoga, but as well fitness, jogging, basketball, volleyball, and more. It seems that our bodies just love to be sitting on the couch but you are tired of always thinking of how to change your body and your spirit, understanding that yoga and meditation have proved to be one of the keys to success in this change, but still being unable to find the motivation to get you going even once you have tried one class of yoga. This is the second common problem that people give it up after a few classes of yoga simply because they think that all should be happening from the very beginning and if it is not, then yoga is not the right thing for them. This is not true and here are several things to think about next time you are pondering on whether or not you should be starting with the yoga classes.
First of all, if you are telling yourself that you really want to do yoga but you do not have the time for it, because you are busy with your job or university, your family, your children, and so on, then you should certainly know that there are yoga sessions that you can have alone at home and which last no more than 10 minutes. This is all of the time that you need per day in order to do yoga. 10 minutes are certainly not that much and every single person can find 10 minutes per day for himself or herself. Therefore, time is no longer a problem for you and do not use it as an excuse to not start yoga again.
Many people keep their motivation by reading daily yoga quotes. It is surprising how motivating it can be for people to read yoga quotes, especially if they are about to do their daily session but are too tired, lacking the desire to, wanting to simply relax and give it up. Yoga quotes are extremely easy to find on the Internet and if you are determine to really stay motivated then you are recommended to read yoga quotes even when you are still motivated in order to keep yourself all of the time motivated.
Another common excuse is that people give up the idea of practicing yoga simply because they are not fit enough. There is no need to be fit for yoga. The same is with all of the other physical activities and sport games. You start as a beginner and you develop your body, mind and spirit with each exercise that you perform. Therefore, it is more than normal to be unfit and this is no problem at all for your yoga practices in the future as long as you want to have it in your life.