Can I do yoga in the evening?

In the minds of many, a yogi is a person who gets up at 5 am and immediately finds himself on the mat to do 108 circles of Surya Namaskar. Of course, such early yoga practices are a great way to awaken vital energy and fill up with strength for the day. But what if you don’t have time to exercise in the morning? For example, do you need to get ready for work quickly or prepare breakfast for the whole family?

World number three tennis player Simona Halep of Romania (front row C) takes part in a yoga session at skypark observation deck at the top of the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore on July 22, 2015. Halep made a one-day appearance in Singapore as the countdown to the BNP Paribas WTA finals in October. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN (Photo credit should read ROSLAN RAHMAN/AFP/Getty Images)

Or are your circadian rhythms “owl-like”, and at 6 in the morning you are only ready to turn the pillow over to the colder side?

If there is no opportunity for morning yoga, do not give up classes. Practices can organically fit into the usual rhythm of life – for example, become a pleasant evening ritual. Imagine: the working day is over, all things are finished, no one and nothing distracts you. It’s time to spread out the rug and devote time to yourself, because evening yoga exercises will be the perfect end to the day.