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Why we should do yoga at Christmas

We hate to say it, but Christmas can really take its toll on our bodies and our mental health. This can be through pure indulgence and giving up our usual exercise routine, or the stress, anxiety and even feelings of trauma the holiday period can bring.  

Even though Christmas can be quite disruptive, and we have to reprioritise how we spend our time, sticking to a regular yoga practice is a really important part of staying sane and well.

Below we explore why yoga can make for a calmer, healthier Christmas and provide video links for continuing and maintaining our yoga journey.


Why we should do yoga at Christmas


  1. Yoga can help us be present

Ensuring we’re there for our loved ones or those we decide to spend Christmas with is one of the biggest gifts we can give. It’s also rare that we get the downtime we deserve or yearn for during the rest of the year. Using yoga can help us be present, set our intentions, exercise gratitude and remind ourselves why we need the time to just ‘be’.

Struggling for inspiration? Try this ‘surrender and embrace’ video



  1. Yoga can offset the physical effects of Christmas

Christmas can mean lots of eating, drinking and overdoing it. A different location for Christmas can also mean alternative sleeping arrangements, putting a strain on our backs and necks. Then there’s the rushing around or spending all day on our feet in the run up to Christmas, which can be physically taxing. Staying with yoga and doing a session when we can is one way to stave of that uncomfortable feeling, help us avoid injury and ensure we can transition into that (often inevitable) health regime that we commit to after a few days of consumption.

Eaten too much or struggling with food? Attempt Adrienne’s yoga for digestion. Stiff or sore? We recommend yoga with Kassandra.



  1. Yoga helps us steel ourselves for the stress of Christmas and the post-Christmas lull

Christmas, and the period after Christmas, particularly if Christmas is a holiday we don’t look forward to, can be a very low period and a challenging time. Yoga is known to have as many mental health benefits as physical health benefits, and there are types of yoga which act as both self-care and help build mental fortitude to see us through dark or tough patches. The important thing is knowing we’re not alone and there are things we can do to get back on track or tackle the things that worry us.

This is a good, non-intrusive video for easing anxiety.