Where possible, set a regular time each week or each day. Setting a boundary around your practice time, perhaps in your calendar, the same way you would a group class to help you get on your mat.
Set the mood and make it a calm and welcoming space where you won't be disturbed if possible.
Value your home practice and prioritise it over the busy-ness of life.
Wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely (pyjamas are welcome!)
Consider getting a folded blanket or blocks / books to have handy which I may suggest during the class
Find your favourite practices and repeat regularly. New isn't always better.
Practice regularly. Occasional practice isn't enough to make as much difference. Weekly, or more regularly really helps.
Your practice should feel comfortable and the benefits should speak for themselves. Nothing should hurt, however if it does, or a pain arises, please discontinue, something that you are doing may well need to be adapted to suit you better, or avoided all together.
Ideally practice when you haven't eaten heavily.
Feel free to skip something, vary it to suit you better, choose an alternative pose if you feel inclined, or rest if you feel you are struggling.
If your health condition is holding you back, I may guide you to a one-to-one sessions initially where I can offer more support to get you started safely.
You are welcome to get in touch with Clara to ask questions or if you have a specific need that needs accommodating.
Enjoy - the benefits should speak for themselves.