Now in yoga there are many different schools and paths to choose from. New destinations appear almost every year. Everything for us to practice with any type of temperament. And although many of the practices of each direction may differ slightly, there is much in common between them.

“OM is the sound when everything else disappears from your being – no thoughts, no dreams, no projections, no expectations, not a single ripple – your whole lake of consciousness is just silent; everything has become just a mirror. In those rare moments you hear the sound of silence. This is the most valuable experience, because it not only shows the quality of inner music – it also shows that the whole inner being is filled with harmony, joy, bliss. All this is implied in the sound OM. Osho

Before you begin your practice, sit in any meditative posture with your spine straight. Close your eyes and focus on your breathing for a few minutes. Breathe deeply and repeat the mantra OM three times. Complete the practice in Savasana. Relax your body, let your heartbeat and breathing return to normal levels. When you’re ready, roll over to the side and gently stand up.

“The greatest progress in life is when you know your limitations and then you have the courage to drop them.” – Yogi Bhajan

“Once we accept our limits, we will go beyond them.” — Brendan Francis Behan
Track your current limitations, physical and mental. How are you with flexibility? Does your back hurt often? Do you worry a lot when you meditate? Keep a diary of practices, write down the feelings after them, this will greatly help to analyze the current states.

“Don’t tell me what you know, rather tell me how far you have walked” – Muhammad.
Dynamic and fast-paced yoga is good for fitness, but it won’t do you any good if you’re not an experienced yogi. The main goal of yoga is to expand consciousness, even when we practice asanas – postures – the goal is to increase our body awareness. This is best achieved by being aware of your breath and moving slowly – but deeply – in the asanas. Dynamic yoga is easy to practice when you have already developed a certain level of flexibility and there are no physical illnesses. When you can breathe calmly when moving from one body position to another. Combining breath and movement.

“Breath is the bridge that connects life with consciousness, which connects your body with your thoughts.” Tit Nath Khan

During practice, breathing should be steady, comfortable and deep.
Asanas include awareness of breathing and movement at the same time. If they are not aligned, then yoga cannot be considered a practice. Because mind and breath are interconnected. Shallow and rapid breathing makes the mind restless, while deep breathing calms the mind. A calm mind brings great results in all endeavors.

“Don’t dwell on the past, don’t dream about the future, focus your mind on the present moment.” – Gautama Buddha

Don’t focus on results. Praise yourself for what you did today in the present moment. When you focus on results, you maintain the expectations that automatically create the fear of failure and the desire for rapid progress that is often the cause of all injury and failure. Stay in the moment, do your best and stay fearless.