Mountain, tree, chair, cobra, boat and downward dog.
I know it’s good for me. It helps with mobility, flexibility and generally makes me feel better within myself. It grounds me and helps manage stress.
Daily yoga, even if it’s only 20 minutes, is excellent.
But there are some days that you just don’t feel like it or you feel lazy or you convince yourself that you will do it the next day as you are too busy.
Your excuses are authentic and perfectly valid. That isn’t helpful if you set out to commit to a daily practise.
After various unsuccessful attempts to commit to a daily yoga practise, a friend agreed to join me. We both committed to a daily practise and sharing once we have completed the session.
Thankfully due to Covid-19 many resources are now available online, so despite my friend not living locally, we are still able to do the yoga in our own time.
Having support and encouragement, without judgement makes a huge difference.
Being accountable to someone encourages you to take responsibility for your actions and tasks. Accountability has many additional benefits:
- Promotes communication
- Encourages and enhances reliability
- Builds confidence
- Accelerates your performance
- Enables you to track success and progress
- Keeps you engaged
It may not be yoga, it could be another goal that you are working towards. Achieving your dream or changing limiting behaviours or fitness etc. Having someone to hold you accountable and support you without judgement can definitely accelerate your life.
Who are you accountable to? Do you need extra support without judgement? Taking responsibility can be challenging at times.
If you need help with being accountable or want to chat about anything else? Contact me – click here.