How to Stay Motivated



Kiana Ng Yoga

Sometimes when we’re chasing our goals and dreams, it’s hard to stay motivated. Below are a few tips on how you can stay motivated and focused!

  1. Create A Vision Board. This will help you be reminded of your goals and will help bring back the notion of how amazing it will be once you accomplish these goals!
  2. Break It Down. Break down your larger goal into smaller goals to be completed daily or weekly. By completing smaller goals, this will keep you motivated to reach your larger goal because it will be easier to see and feel your larger goal coming closer one step at a time.
  3. Affirmations. Start and finish your day with an affirmation that’s relative to your goals. This will re-affirm what you’re doing and it will also help attract the right energies into your life that you need to help complete your goal.
  4. Take Breaks. Break are important for you to recharge and regain energy so that you can always be at your highest point when you’re working towards your goal.
  5. Listen to/Read Stories of Others Accomplishing Their Goals. Nothing is more motivating than reading and hearing about others accomplishing their goals and living out their dreams!


With love,



TUTORIAL: Cow Face Pose

Cow Face Pose


Kiana Ng Yoga


Cow Face Pose is a great release for the outer hips. It feels amazing to do after a strong leg-based practice!

Alignment Principles

  • Start in a seated position with both legs extended straight out in front of you
  • Hug the legs together
  • Cross the right knee over the left knee with the right heel pulled in towards the outer left hip
  • If permitting, pull the left heel in towards the outer right hip
  • Both knees should be stacked directly in your midline with both sitting bones grounded
  • Inhale you right arm up to the sky and pat the space between your shoulder blades
  • Exhale your left arm back behind you as you reach up to hold your right hand
  • Think about pointing your right elbow straight up towards the sky
  • Keep the spine long, chin lifting and gently pressing back


Prep. Poses:

  • Eagle Pose (Garudasana)
  • Butterfly (Baddha Konasana)
  • Sleeping Pigeon


  • Use a strap or towel between the hands
  • Sit on a block
  • Keep the bottom leg straight

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