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How to create a flow with stickers or magnets

How to create a flow with stickers or magnets

Have you just bought a set of magnets or stickers and don't know where to start? You haven't bought any of the products yet and would like to find out how the method actually works?

Then you've come to the right place!

The Asana Stickers and Yoga Sequencing Magnets as well as the Yoga Stick Figure Magnets are designed to make your life easier and help you to create a yoga flow quickly and easily.

This is how you proceed:

1. what kind of flow do you want to create?
First decide on the type of flow you want to create. Peak pose flow, mandala flow, ladder flow, etc. You still need some inspiration for this point. Then read this article that shows you 5 different ways to create yoga sequences.

2. set a title for your flow
Come up with a title, a theme for your flow and write it on your magnetic board or use it creatively in your notebook.

3. create your flow
There are different ways you can proceed here. Personally, I love to proceed intuitively. I'll show you different variations:

  • Structured: Divide your flow into rough parts and decide which categories of poses you need for each. Lay out these magnets or stickers and then proceed pose by pose.
  • From practice to recording: Practice intuitively on your yoga mat and try out different sequences. As soon as you have found a suitable sequence, use magnets or stickers to record it.
  • Intuitive: Do one pose after another as it intuitively feels right for you. If you have any doubts about whether a particular transition works, try it out on the yoga mat.
  • Write it down: First make a rough note of the poses with their names and then create a nice page in your notebook or on your magnetic board.
  • Copy a flow: If you haven't practiced creating flows yet, you can also copy one. For example, from a YouTube video or from one of my books. Don't forget to cite the source - especially if you share your creation on the internet.

4. make annotations
Make useful comments on your flow, either with a pen or a chalk marker. Useful annotations can be: where a flow begins and ends, where you want to include a vinyasa, how often an exercise should be repeated, how long the flow lasts, etc.

5. practice your flow
Practice your flow and make adjustments if necessary.

6. record your flow
Take a photo of your flow so that you can reuse it later - or share it on social media. Don't forget to tag @yoga.journaling when you do this.

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