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What To REALLY Expect at Your First Class

by Ana Heretoiu

You’ve pulled the plug.

You’ve finally signed up and hours or maybe even minutes from now, you’ll be sitting on your mat, about to start your very first yoga class. Intimidating for many first-timers, you too may have googled how to best prepare for this seemingly scary endeavor. Perhaps you found out beginners should sit all the way in the back of the room or avoid making eye contact with the regulars and a long list other rather funny tips. Throw those out the window, and let the fun begin.

Here’s what you’ll really find:

Having just survived your first yoga class you feel simultaneously tired and invigorated, awake and sleepy, relaxed and alert, your worried thoughts have come and gone and you’ve experienced something wonderfully new.

Most likely, you’ll be back for more.

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