How to get started in yoga in 5 steps

As we enter into summer, the most important thing to keep in mind is to remember to embrace the weather.

If you haven’t done so, make sure you do.

According to a new report from the nonprofit Yoga Journal, more than half of Americans are getting into the practice, with yoga becoming more popular in areas of the country that have been hard hit by the effects of the recent floods.

Yoga Journal’s report found that in recent years, the percentage of Americans practicing yoga has increased across all age groups, including those aged 20 to 34, but it also found that yoga was gaining in popularity in areas with the highest rates of flooding.

In addition, the study found that while the percentage practicing yoga in places like Hawaii, Alaska, and the Great Plains has increased in recent decades, the overall percentage of adults in the country practicing has decreased.

So whether you are a seasoned yoga practitioner, a newbie, or an aspiring yogi, it’s important to be aware of the weather and prepare yourself to take on the heat.

Here are some tips for staying warm during the heat: 1.

Stay hydrated and hydrated, and get the proper amount of exercise.

This can be a challenging task, but there are a few key tips to help you get your body into shape for your yoga class.

You can hydrate with water, juice, or some other beverage.

It’s important that you do not overdo it, as water can become a water-soaked cocktail in a hot environment.

2.

Don’t forget your body’s natural cooling abilities.

The sun is a great way to cool your body down, but when you get to a yoga class, it can be especially challenging to get the perfect amount of time in between sets.

Instead, it may be a good idea to get in a few hours of gentle yoga before class, which can help your body get some of its cooling system activated.

3.

Get comfortable and cool in the heat, and don’t sweat.

The key to staying comfortable in the hot weather is to take a break from sweating and relaxing and relax.

Make sure to keep your feet flat on the ground and don-sit your yoga mat.

If possible, try to sit in the middle of a circle with your feet facing each other.

You can do this to help cool down and cool your joints.

4.

If the heat is too much for you, take a short break.

If it’s too much to handle, take it easy and enjoy the heat with a cup of hot water or a hot meal.

The more you do this, the better your body will be able to adapt to the heat and become more comfortable.5.

Avoid the sun.

While many yoga teachers encourage students to wear masks to protect themselves from the sun, the heat can burn more than just the skin.

A study published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine found that even a few minutes of sun exposure can result in severe skin burns.

To protect yourself from the heat during the summer, it might be best to wear a mask.

And if you’re looking for a fun way to take yoga classes, you can sign up for a free yoga class in your area at Yoga Journal.

This article originally appeared on NBCNews.com