A Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline, a part of which, including breath control, simple meditation, and the adoption of specific bodily postures, is widely practiced for health and relaxation.
Kalidy Homes knows a thing or two about relaxation.
In a crazy world such as ours, it can be difficult to find peace and relaxation. There may be so much that you want to do or try or fix. There may be difficult stresses going on in your life that you have no control over. Realizing that there are just some things in life that you can’t control can be very overwhelming. If you yearn for inner peace and stability, the ancient practice of yoga may be for you. It can also be done in the comfort of your home.
The beauty of yoga is that it can be practiced anywhere, even in the comfort of your home.
Once you learn the basic postures in yoga, the practice can easily be integrated into your daily routine and over time, transform your entire life.
While practicing every day can be challenging, mostly because the mind loves to make up excuses and life can get in the way, it can also be really simple. For this week we’ll take a look at what we’ve done to one of our own beautiful bedrooms. Having an extra room for your yoga practice can be ideal and efficient.
Let’s start by taking a look at our unfurnished bedroom.
What makes this room the perfect space for an at-home yoga room is how airy and bright it is. The window arch adds more depth and dimension to the space. The simple carpet provides steady grounding for added comfort. It’s simple yet effective for your practice.
You want the space to practice your yoga to flow smoothly with any positive energies you’re wanting to give off. It’s vital to have a peaceful zone for your practice. You’ll want to choose a space or area in your home that’s free of distractions, a space for much-needed you-time. Anywhere that lights your inner fire and inspires you to step onto your mat is ideal.
Now let’s look at this room with some fun things added into it.
Most yoga studios have a perspective. It can range from fitness to spritual, but it has a focus on what someone’s driving objective is. We decorated our space with various rustic elements. Rustic features such as the unique bookshelf, wood mirror and mat holder provide a true sense of home to the room. These unique features really bring out the natural elements most prominent in the space.
You don’t need to spend a fortune in order to create an inviting and thematic design appropriate for a yoga room. You really don’t need that much space, but you can make any space a tranquil home studio.
The best tips for decorating your home yoga studio:
Find your perfect space.
The very first thing you’ll need to do is to find where your designated spot will be. Remember, this will become your spot in your home to go to for yoga, so make sure your space provides you with the freedom to transition from pose to pose.
Finding the perfect space is vital to a successful practice. It’s a space to evolve and listen to yourself. You learn to let of expectations and become more aware of flexibility. Yoga can give you the freedom to change, grow, expand and evolve to become the best version of yourself.
Set up your space so that there’s plenty of natural light.
Avoid burying your studio in a completely submerged basement. You want to be able to bring the right energy into your space. Lighting is often underestimated in its capabilities: It can make us happy, alert, awake, and peaceful.
Don’t be afraid to accessorize your space a little bit.
If your practice is more of a spiritual thing, consider getting a small Buddha and Ganesh statue. You can think about getting some wall art! Etsy has a wide selection of art prints for every kind of yogi. You’ll also want to consider adding in a yoga block, and a blanket or pillow near your mat, so they are always there when needed.
Are you passionate about yoga? How would you decorate your own yoga studio?
Love what you see? We have plenty of more tips, tricks and design secrets through our exclusive Kalidy Insider group and on Pinterest. Stop by and say hi!
Last modified: December 19, 2017