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Anna-Monette-Roberts Anna-Monette-Roberts 5 years
Everyone responds to workouts differently. I would try going to beginner classes, because the instructor will take time to teach you proper alignment and variations to harder poses. I can't give you a time frame for when it will get easier...but with practice, patience, and lots of breathing, you will find yourself improving and reaping the benefits. Good luck!
awesomepants awesomepants 5 years
Wow I actually thought Beyonce was Shakira for a second and then I thought 'Shakira has a memorable ass?' Anyway....random question. I recently took up yoga after years of avoiding it and it's so damn hard. Does it always hurt...I mean, even for people who have done it for a long time? And when does it get easier? After a month or two of doing it? I know I'm going to quit after a few months if it's just as annoying as it is now.
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