December 29

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Track: Ekhaminhale Daily Yoga App

By Odyssa

December 29, 2020


Led Primary class at Ashtanga Yoga Quezon City in the Philippines. Photo by KQ Quiray.

This is an app that I use to keep track of the days that I practice Ashtanga yoga.

People who practice Ashtanga aka Ashtangis rest on Moon Days (days with circle). Here's why. We also designate one day during the week as rest day. For me, it's Sundays. Female Ashtangis rest on ladies' holiday (red days). 

Below is a screenshot of my practice last November. The days with blue checks are the days that I practiced.

I started using this app since May and update it daily. Many thanks to my friend, Reyra, who recommended this to me. 

This app is free to use. You can download it here

Screenshot by the author


Odyssa

About the author

Odyssa is a writer from the Philippines. She is the author of Like A New Sun Rising: A Collection of Poems on Love. When not working or writing at home, she's out walking their dogs. She enjoys traveling, practices yoga, gets lost in books and Korean drama. To her, making time for a daily practice or ritual is the best gift to one's self.

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