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When traveling, a folded mat easily fits in the bottom of a suitcase.

At your destination or at home, if you have carpeting you can adapt your standing poses to practice at the wall. With the anchor of the wall the pose will go deep to the bone, and give added stability. Spongy carpet is no more an obstacle. Just place the end of the mat perpendicular and flush to a wall. Then practice standing poses with your back foot against the wall. Come into Triangle Pose and other poses with the wall as your guru. Press the outer edge of your foot as if you are filling up the space between the floor and the wall.

Yoga centers across the country are using our Level 1A Basic Standing Pose Sequence as a handout for their classes. Hundreds of people have downloaded that sequence sheet from around the globe.

“I used the sequence sheet and it took me about 45 minutes to complete. It actually might have been shorter if I hadn’t nodded off during the savasana!” ~ IYS Student

The Center also offers a shortened version called the 20 Minute Yoga Fix. For the rare day that you don’t have a lot of time to practice, and ideal practice after a long day at work. This  ’20 Minute Yoga Fix’ is a simple sequence you can follow at home.

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