City Lifestyle

Phoenix

  
581370457-550?v=1

How to Create Your Own Yoga Room at Home

Article by Nicole Anne Fonovich, M.Ed.

Photography by Lindsay Jenks Photography

Originally published in Scottsdale Lifestyle

If you’ve been wanting to create a calm, peaceful-feeling yoga room in your home, there are a few fun and Zen-filled steps you’ll want to take.

Nicole Fonovich of Nicole Anne Yoga offers a mobile yoga and holistic wellness practice specializing in Advanced Yoga Training, Yoga Nidra, Sound Healing, Restorative Yoga, Holistic Nutrition, and Life Coaching. She recommends finding a space in your home that does not have a lot of traffic or noise. The best yoga spaces are sparse and calm. Also, choosing calm colors is key. Paint the walls of your yoga room in a soothing color. Muted cooler tones, warm whites, shades of tan, light green, lavender and light pink are ideal. Lighting is also incredibly important and can have a huge impact on your mood and well-being. If possible, install dimmer switches on overhead lights. Small details can have a huge impact in a yoga space, so accessorize with intention (use scented candles, an essential oil diffuser, incense or aromatherapy spray to create a welcoming feel to the space.) 

Photo 1: Metastreems - $74.95 - Local Scottsdale Company Metastreems sells the most beautiful, unique water bottles. These water bottles can actually infuse your water with positive energy using gemstones that are stored separately from the water area.

Photo 2: Wolven Threads - $68 Top / $88 Bottom - This yoga clothing line, inspired by sacred geometry found all around nature, is made from recycled water bottles. You will not believe how soft and durable this yoga clothing line is.

Photo 3: Reehut Yoga Block - $10.99 - These durable, high-density EVA foam blocks are used to support and deepen yoga poses. The lightweight blocks are perfect for yoga, Pilates, daily exercise or physical therapy, and can also help with overall balance and flexibility. 

Nicole Fonovich is a graduate of the Southwest Institute of Holistic Arts in Tempe where she received her Holistic Practitioner degree. For more information on Nicole Anne Yoga, visit NICOLEANNEYOGA.com

  • 581370457-300?v=1

You Might Also Like

Businesses Featured in this Article

More For You

View All
City Lifestyle