Do you believe a 15 minutes yoga routine a day is enough, or which is the ideal length of a daily yoga session?

Kruti C.
I think to start off even 1 minute is enough. It's all about making a habit at first, then you get used to it, increase the time of the session. Also it varies. Some would like quick 15 minute session because they got busy routine, some would find 2 hours less because they love the feeling while they're doing yoga.
Sindokht S.
Hi, a 15 minute YOGA routine in the first days can make a habit in us , but its novelty should increase in the future.
Carson E.
15 min sounds perfect because it's manageable. I've found once you start a regular practice, you'll start wanting more time on the mat.
Nuray G.
An hour of yoga is ideal however it is quite impossible for those busy mornings, 15 minutes is a perfect little session to make yourself present and feel good
Emmer F.
Any length of time for yoga is great just whatever you feel is best for you. I often only have time for 15 mins but I have noticed a difference already which is great!! So then my answer would be yes ahah šŸ˜‚šŸ˜‚
Angel O.
15 minutes is enough for a morning weekday yoga routine. A routine that is focused on waking and stretching is a great start to the day. And daily, short bursts of this exercise is the easiest and most convenient. A longer session would be ideal for a Sunday morning or a strengthening evening activity.
Wendelin U.
I do 30 min yoga (HOME by Adrien) in the morning and 15 min yoga (evening yoga by Kassandra) in the evening. It's amazing to feel stretched right after the sleep and right before the sleep!
Elis T.
I believe 15 minutes is enough. I like to start my mornings with a 10 minute yoga session myself and I feel so much better afterwards. If you feel more relaxed after than you did before, then you definitely reached your goal and you should be happy and proud of yourself.
Kara X.
As long as you feel you need it. Listen to what kind of movement your body is asking for and move for as long as feels good. Find a moment or so of stillness and continue with your day when you are filled with intention. šŸ™‚ it's your practice so it is all up to you!
Nia G.
I honestly think it depends on you. Go at your own pace. As long as you are moving your body it doesnt matter how long you do it. Just make time for what you want to do.
Dena Q.
I do a 9 minute bedtime yoga routine every night now and it definitely relaxes me. iā€™m going to try and start doing morning ones as well so i would say 15 mins is definitely best
Diana P.
I prefer a session of 30 minutes. It gives me enough time to warm up and just feel my whole body at ease with itself. A longer session helps me connect my mind and my heart connect with my body. Feel free to experiment to find out which time length works best for you. There's no right answer. It's about what's ideal for you.
Atena X.
Considering the time when I can do sports and meditation during the day, yes, maybe more than a quarter, for example, half an hour or forty-five minutes, but I can not do more because I have a lesson and I am a student
Emily F.
I don't do yoga, but I think that 15 min is better than doing nothing. I run every day 15 min and take that time to self affirmation
Pinar N.
I honestly believe that 15 minutes a day is enough. The most important thing is that you do yoga daily, consistency is more important than intensity. Just try to make a real habit of it first, start even with 5 minutes a day, make your daily practice a non-negotiable and you can always increase the duration or optimize your practice later in the process. Good luck!