This is an at-home yoga practice you can do when you just need time to center yourself, improve circulation, and tackle the rest of the day. It’s a slow, juicy, restorative class and only lasts 10 minutes. All you need is a mat and a bolster (or folded up towel).
Hi friends! How’s the morning going? I hope you’re having a great day so far. I wanted to apologize for taking a few days off the blog last week. I needed a couple of mental health days and am feeling refreshed and back in the swing of things. We got Liv’s back-to-school plan and packet and it’s a hefty amount of information sort through and important decisions to make. It’s just a lot to process.
For today’s post, I wanted to share a yoga practice that you can do when you feel overwhelmed and need to stop. This has happened to me a lot over the past few months. The mental to-do list looms over me, I feel dread and worry about the future and unknown, and feel like I need to stop, drop, and stretch. If the girls are playing with toys or watching a show, I might sneak upstairs for a quick meditation session or stretch on the floor. In less than 15 minutes, I feel remarkably better.
Here’s what this yoga flow to unwind looks like:
Stop, drop, and take 15 to stretch and move with meeeeeee.
Leave a comment and let me know how you’re feelin’ these days.
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