How to Convert a Garage Into a Workout Room


Some people are quick to judge the function of the garage. For them, it cannot be turned into a place of seclusion and peace because of its gloomy facade and lackluster appearance. If you are one of those who think that the garage cannot be converted into a yoga room, then you are greatly mistaken. By following the tips below, you will soon be on your way to nirvana.

Remodeling the Dark and Windowless Room:

When you imagine a yoga room, you will immediately think of an airy area with sunshine streaming in. To achieve this, replace some of the walls with large windows. Ideally, these windows must allow the light in without revealing what you are doing to outsiders, thus shades should be used. If you have the budget, you can go for one-way windows.

Another key component of the yoga room is the floor. When you go to studios, you will notice wood flooring because it is well insulated and looks great. You may or may not use this example, but keep in mind that it should be clean and clear of any particles to able to do your movements properly.

A floor length mirror is not really necessary, but is a good bonus for those who want to take their yoga seriously. It will let you see if you are doing the right pose and breathing, plus it will give the illusion of more space which is ideal for the room you are recreating.

Last, but not the least is the decoration. Yoga rooms are typically bare with just the essentials in tow, but you can still put decors here and there, provided that they are pleasing to the eyes and calming for the soul. Plants and water have that ability, so incorporate them in the room.

Turning your garage into a yoga room may seem intimidating at first, but it is very manageable, especially if you know where to start. Because the garage is usually apart from the activities inside the house, you will feel more relaxed and enlightened when you do your poses. You can even ask your friends if they want to join you.