There are many resources out there to get you started with your home practice. Please speak with your teacher if you have questions about where to begin. This page currently is under construction — check back in the future for more helpful information about how to develop or deepen your home practice.
“Of the two aspects of asana, exertion of body and penetration of mind, the latter eventually is more important. Penetration of the mind is our goal, but in the beginning to set things in motion, there is no substitute for sweat. But once there is movement and then momentum, penetration can start. When effort becomes effortless, asana is at its highest level.”
~ BKS Iyengar