yogajournal.com, youtube , kripalu.org are good places to learn yoga if you can not afford attending an studio, however it would be good to have that experience, maybe if you contact one and explain your specific situation could get a good deal. The purpose is to learn the poses right and get the feedback from a certified instructor, to avoid injuries. The sites mentioned have good home practices, seeing is better than reading sometimes. Take care, we have a monthly challenge in the month to share experiences and get support, check it out!
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Just want to say hi! I joined a SP a few days ago. I am total beginner and I am really interested in doing it. I borrowed a book from the library on the basics but it is hard to do the poses while you are trying to do read from the book. I cannot realy afford to go to a Yoga class at this time because we are saving up for a once in a life time vacation. I would like to know what are the actual sequence and are there any good links for free Yoga videos that I could try out?
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