21-Day Beginner Yoga Challenge

Take your self-care and yoga to the next level (Free for members)

The live challenge is now over. Videos are only accessible to previous participants and studio members (free trial and subscription). Forever access of the videos can be purchased for $9.

Want to make a daily commitment to self-care? Join our 21-day beginner yoga challenge.

This challenge is perfect for the complete beginner as well as the seasoned practitioner wanting to review the fundamentals. You'll learn how to move in and out of poses with safe alignment and use modifications to help you maximize benefits of the poses. Upon completion of the 21 days, you will have the confidence to take your practice to the next level. You will also gain free access to a full-length yoga flow.

The hardest part each day will likely be getting on the mat. Make the time and stay focused.

Note: Pose instructions are not intended to substitute for medical counseling. Always honor your body and do not continue any movement in which you experience pain.

Your Teacher

Carla Christine (Medellin, Colombia)
Carla Christine (Medellin, Colombia)

After 10 years working as an electrical engineer, Carla was empowered to leave her job and follow her passion to share yoga's transformational power. She created this platform, Yoga Green Book, in 2016.

Her classes create a safe space to foster an inner journey towards healing and empowerment. She designs courses based on students' requests.

Carla started practicing yoga in 2011 as a way to manage work-related anxiety and increase flexibility after desk-life and gym workouts left her feeling achy and stiff. Following her first class, she recognized yoga had the ability to aid in self-healing. After year-long training, Carla completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training certification. She considers herself a lifelong yoga student and continues to expand her knowledge in yoga philosophy and asana through regular trainings and workshops with master teachers.

Currently, Carla is a nomad traveling the world with her husband. She strives to unite and practice with other yogis worldwide.