1 Minute Yogi
A 21-day yoga challenge designed to help you build your 2020 yoga practice in 1 minute a day!
Dear Aspiring Yogi,
2020 is here, and with it, I bet you have some big goals.
Reduce chronic pain
Lower stress levels
Live a healthier lifestyle
Create a better work-life balance
You deserve all of these things!! Sadly though, only about 8% of the population is successful at achieving their resolutions.
I can tell you from personal experience that the most important part of setting a resolution is starting slow.
For example, in 2006, when I made the New Year’s Resolution to touch my toes, I started small- just 1 yoga class a week for 1 month, that’s all the time I could offer. The next month I attended 2 yoga classes a week. The next month I started going 3 times a week, then 5 times a week, etc. It took a long time but the slow start helped me schedule in my yoga classes without a huge interruption to my current schedule. That consistency is what helped me achieve my resolution!
My 1 Minute Yogi challenge is designed to slowly help you build up a consistent yoga practice and be part of the successful 8%!
Yoga Can Transform Your Body and Your Life
By participating in the 1-Minute Yogi Challenge you will…
STRENGTHEN YOUR BODY so you move easily throughout your day.
DISCOVER ENJOYABLE EXERCISE that will help your brain re-boot and allow you to think clearer throughout your day!
BECOME SLIMMER AND STRONGER. When you feel your best, you’ll exude confidence.
FEEL CONFIDENT IN A GROUP CLASS. Learn basic yoga poses so you can join a group yoga class with confidence!
ACCOMPLISH YOUR NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS! Be part of the 8% that actually achieves their New Year’s Resolutions!
CREATE BALANCE in your life by setting realistic time expectations.
OVERCOME ANXIETY through focused and deep powerful breaths
LOWER YOUR STRESS LEVELS and feel more in control throughout your day.
What You Receive During the 1-Minute Yogi Challenge
- Each day you’ll receive an email from me with a picture of a pose and specific instructions on how to get in the pose.
- 21 simple, effective yoga poses that will create a beautiful 21-minute home practice.
- Modifications for each pose should you have any injuries.
- Daily mantras to empower and encourage positivity and success.
- A full 21-minute yoga video is sent on the last day!
A Fun Instagram Competition to Keep You Accountable
Post your daily photos to Instagram with the hashtag #1minuteyogi. Every person who posts all 21 photos will be entered into a drawing for a Yoga Starter Kit that includes a Define Fruit Infusion Water Bottle, a new yoga mat, a yoga strap, a yoga block, and an Athleta yoga headband. The winner will be announced via Instagram and email on January 30.
How It Works
- Over the next 21 days I’ll send you one yoga pose via email every day.
- Your challenge is to complete each pose for 1 minute.
- By the end of 21 days you’ll know 21 different yoga poses and be able to complete a full 21-minute yoga class!
- You’ll have the beginning tools for a successful and healthy 2020!
How to Join the Challenge
Joining the Challenge is easy. Simply follow the steps below to save your spot in the challenge
Step 1: Take the first step.
Register for the Holiday Challenge by entering your email to the right.
Step 2: Check your email.
You’ll be sent a Welcome email detailing the challenge and what you can do to prepare. If you’re a Gmail user be sure to check your Promotions folder in case it landed there.
Step 3: Get Started.
Set aside 1 minute on January 9 for your first challenge email! Get ready to rock and roll with your 2020 yoga practice!
I’m Allison Rissel,
and I believe one good yoga teacher can change a life and create a community.
I am a consultant for yoga teachers, a yoga teacher trainer and a yoga therapist.
I became a yoga teacher in 2006. In addition to my master’s degree in exercise physiology, I have completed over 1,600 hours of yoga and yoga therapy trainings. I teach weekly group and private yoga therapy classes in Longmont, Colorado and I specialize in working with yoga teachers in chronic pain or pre/post-surgery.
I believe in the power of community and I’ve dedicated my life to helping build yoga communities. I’m the co-founder of the North Dakota Yoga Conference and I’m the president of the non-profit, Yoga Teachers of Colorado.
I offer in person 200 and 300 hour yoga teacher trainings in North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana and Colorado where I train yoga teachers to be knowledgable, safe, ethical and authentic community leaders. I also offer consultations for yoga teachers looking to create communities through conferences, studios, workshops and events.
I’m an extroverted optimist and I love hiking, skiing, being outdoors and enjoying a craft beer with my husband, Sean.