THIS ARTICLE FIRST APPEARED ON WELL AND GOOD.
At-home yoga seems like it should be as easy as rolling out your mat and easing into downward dog. But even for a veteran like Linda Sparrowe—former Yoga International editor-in-chief, frequent Yoga Journal contributor, and author of six yoga books—finding your flow outside of class can sometimes be a bit, well, confusing.
“To be completely truthful, for years home practice was a challenge for me, even as a longtime practitioner and teacher,” admits Sparrowe. “How can I possibly practice if I don’t have my own yoga room…if I can’t commit to 90 minutes or an hour…if I can’t figure out what to practice?”
For her latest book, Yoga at Home: Inspiration for Creating Your Own Home Practice, Sparrowe sought to answer those questions by profiling the at-home routines of renowned yogis like Seane Corn, Rodney Yee, and Elena Brower.