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Thirty day challenges are a great way to commit to daily practice. The problem is, you have to devote at least two hours every single day for 30 days. I’d be thrilled to see my students every day but let’s be honest. Life gets in the way sometimes.
If you can’t manage a 30 day Bikram yoga challenge, though, try something else. Commit to drinking a glass of hot water and lemon every morning instead of a cappucino, or doing 10 minutes of stretching before bed, or walking for half an hour during your lunch break. Whatever you choose – even if it seems so small as to be insignificant – will represent a meaningful change. The principle of committing to a practice that enhances your well-being and doing it faithfully will have a positive impact on your life and your Bikram postures.