Find your Yoga Rhythm

This January, we invite you to investigate and experiment with your personal yoga practice rhythm. When we truly listen to our body and work with our natural rhythms, we begin to feel more energetic, productive, rested and balanced.

Over the course of 3 weeks, step back from what you think your yoga practice should be and move towards what you feel serves your body and your mind. Discover when it’s best for you to do yoga. Find out what works for your body clock, your energy levels, and your schedule so that you can create a sustainable yoga practice for the year ahead.

Find your Yoga Rhythm - we start together on January 7th for 3 weeks. 
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What to expect

Every week, you will receive emails with 6 classes - 3 grounding and 3 energising.  We invite you to choose the class that fits your mood and energy levels.

Please note - you need to be a member of EkhartYoga to access the classes. 

You can also find your classes in Esther's collections:

For the grounding classes, you can expect a mixture of relaxing Yin, Hatha, Slow Flow and Restorative yoga. The energizing classes will be Vinyasa and Hatha classes and are designed to get you moving and work up some heat. Each class will be around 30 minutes long.

Along with your classes, we'll send you some questions for reflection to help you in the process.

Q&A with Esther Ekhart

During the course of these three weeks, Esther and a guest teacher will share their experiences and we'll invite you to share your experiences, give feedback and ask questions. We'll give you the details of how to join in the Q&A in your emails.

This is your experiment!

We encourage you to experiment with what you practise and when, and to keep a record of how this feels for you. So for example, you might try a Restorative yoga class in the morning or an energizing class later in the day. We'll be sending you more prompts and ideas in your emails.

We’ll explore some questions together:

  • Are you a morning yoga person or does it suit you better to practise later in the day?

  • Perhaps you’re used to practising more dynamic yoga in the mornings or relaxing classes in the evenings. What happens if you change it around? What effect does it have on your day, your sleep, your energy levels, your mood?

  • How much time do you have in your week to practise? What's a realistic amount that you can commit to within your current schedule and commitments without turning yoga into another stressor in your life?

Please share your experiences and ask questions. Esther Ekhart will personally answer them during the 3 weeks.

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More from Esther Ekhart:

"We all have preconceived ideas about what is best for us, maybe because someone we trust told us something we assumed was true, or perhaps because of wider cultural beliefs. The truth is though, everyone is different, and what works well for one person might not be helpful for another. We all have different anatomies, different minds, different rhythms, so while, for example, it’s often recommended to ‘practise asana in the morning’ - and for many people, that’s exactly right - it may not be for everybody.

In this life, we are all encouraged to get to know ourselves, to let go of conventional ideas and instead ask: “Does this really work for me personally?” Let's start by applying this question to our yoga practice and who knows, it might filter out to other areas of our life where we have habits or routines that might not, in fact, personally suit us.

Let’s start a revolution - that of listening to our body and mind, and asking ‘how does this work for me?"

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