Partner and couple yoga
Couple and partner yoga is a popular trend. And even though no such type of yoga is mentioned in the ancient scriptures, it’s still worth trying if you’re looking for something new.
Although these two yoga varieties have a lot in common, there’s an important difference. If you’d like to share the joy of yoga with your loved one, you should definitely give a try to couple yoga! And if you’d like to help and be helped in getting complex asanas right by fellow practitioners in class, then partner yoga should be right for you.
In partner and couple yoga alike you can benefit from the extra support and body adjustment that helps you get deeper into the pose and experience something you wouldn’t be able to on your own.
If you’re new to partner yoga, there’s one thing you should consider before joining a group.
This is your personal boundaries. How far can you allow a stranger to go in physical contact? If a mere thought of holding hands with an unknown person makes you quiver, perhaps partner yoga is not the best option for you.
However, if you want this problem solved, this could be the perfect way to do that. In yoga, opening up your mind is as important as opening up your body, so this experience may prove really helpful in achieving this goal.
Couple yoga can help you bond more tightly with your significant other, learn to trust and rely on them. Getting to know each other on a yoga mat is an unforgettable experience. Besides, this is an excellent way to make up after a fight.
Couple or partner yoga, choose what suits best your wants and needs – and enjoy the feeling of novelty.