I’ve been doing mixed yoga in my gym a couple of times a week since the beginning of october, scaling up to 5 days a weeks through desember and doing more ashtanga yoga. I was kinda hooked early on going to the mixed yoga sessions, but it wasn’t until I started doing ashtanga yoga in desember it really clicked.
In mid february, I’m going into a 4 week yoga retreat by myself in my parents summer place. I plan on doing yoga and meditation every morning and night + working directly with mobility issues with massage balls, foam rollers and the likes during the day.
I will also be following a cleansing diett based on Ann Wigmores principals, a raw vegan diett emphazising on sprouts and greens, so I will be in calorie deficiensy for sure.
But, not having much experience with yoga, I think it would be wise to run my plans by you guys so I don’t have the wrong approach or overdo it.
How does one hour ashtanga yoga in the morning and 20-30 minutes doing the five tibetans in the evenings sound like for a rookie like myself?
Or perhaps 30 minutes ashtanga in the morning would be sufficient?
Should I limit my practice to 6 days a week or should I practice daily?
Will my calorie deficiency be a point of concern in any other way than calorie deficiency combined with exercize like any other weightloss voyage?
I am aware there are no right or wrongs, but your opinions will be highly appreciated.