When I take a step back and look at my life, it is full, and busy. Very busy, but I love it. I have the amazing opportunity of being at home with both of our daughters, and I have my website that keeps me on my toes.
Lately, I have been trying to incorporate some time for wellness into my day and this has proved to be a difficult challenge. My bucket is full. I love everything in my bucket and I have hit that point where I don’t want to give anything up, yet I really want to add one more thing to my bucket.
A few months ago, I decided that I would get back to yoga. I loved doing it before. I miss it and I really saw the benefits of practicing it. My body didn’t hurt so much, I could breathe easier and I was more calm and clear about everything. So I announced, rather naively, to my husband that I would miraculously fit it into my schedule.
Did I? No. Not once.
First I found out that classes range anywhere from $10 – $20 for one drop-in. Then I realized that it would be a 40-minute drive time to get to and from the class. In my world, 40 minutes can catch up on a lot of work. I have one yoga VHS that I loved, but no VHS player. I grew tired of the same routine over and over, so I don’t want to buy it on DVD.
Then I came across My Yoga Online, and found the answers to all of my obstacles in one spot.
My Yoga Online
My Yoga Online is dedicated to bringing yoga, Pilates, health, wellness, and peace of mind to people around the world. We enable anyone, anywhere, to access our growing library of video practices via downloads and state of the art streaming technology, at your own schedule and energy level.
My Yoga Online is an online community of members from around the world with a common interest in yoga. The cost of a monthly membership is $9.95, for the whole month(occasional discounts if you buy for one year at a time) and this includes unlimited yoga videos, programs, classes and access to their online member forum, plus more. This is the same cost as one class in my city. One, hour-long, class.
When you sign up, the videos are available whenever you want to do them, and you can choose from their library based on your goal for that session. This is perfect for me as I try to keep a flexible schedule because so much ‘just happens’ around here. If I have an unexpected 30 minutes of time for myself, I want to be able to just jump in and do something, not hope that there is a class at that moment in time and drive 20 minutes to get to it.
My daughters have shown an interest in doing short classes with me, so we have fun online a few days a week.
My Yoga Online offers yoga videos in Anatomy, Anusara, Ashtanga, Beginner, Destress, Fusion, Gentle, Hatha, Kundalini, Meditation, Pilates, Power, Pranayama, Prenatal, Relaxation, Restorative, Vinyasa, Yin, Yoga and Yoga at Work. You can also choose which studio and/or teacher you would like to use, or leave it open to all. Lastly, you can further drill down to your level in yoga (beginner, advanced, etc) and by how long of a video you want. New videos are constantly being added to this library.
I feel like I could go on forever, and luckily, I get to.
I will be featuring My Yoga Online and all they have to offer for their low monthly price , and believe me, there is so much more.
As part of my membership, I can sign up for various programs and I have signed up for a program that I am starting next week and I will be updating you on my progress and their other features over the course of this next year.
Why wait until then?
Right now, My Yoga Online has a limited offer of a year membership for the price of $89.95. That works out to $7.50 per month. You can sign up and join me on my journey to wellness at MyYogaOnline.com.
Disclosure: A year membership has been provided for free to feature the benefits of membership to My Yoga Online. The opinions expressed in this series of posts are the author’s own and are not influenced in any way.
Sheri publishes, and writes at This Bird’s Day where she shares all of the thoughts in her head without the voices. Sticking mainly with content for Canadians, Sheri shares family stories, product information and anything that fits into her (and her family’s) daily activities.