Reconnect: A 30 Day Yoga Challenge | Day 20 – Nourish | David O Yoga


Welcome to day 20 of Reconnect – a 30 day yoga challenge to help you reconnect to your body, your breath, your heart, and to the things that are most meaningful in your life. To nourish is to provide the things one needs not just to survive, but to thrive. Today’s 25 minute yin yoga practice will nourish you with breath and relaxing postures to lighten your load and help you thrive.

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Today’s affirmation:
The purpose of my life is not merely to survive, it is to thrive. Each day I will nourish myself with everything I need to thrive.

Today’s Journal Exercise:
Nourishment is more than just sustenance, more than just survival, nourishment feeds your whole being and helps you thrive. Sit with that for a bit, notice how it makes you feel. And then write in your journal “Three ways I could nourish myself more today/tomorrow are…”

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This 30 day yoga challenge is great for all fitness levels, including beginners, and for bodies of all shapes and sizes. Always listen to your body, take breaks whenever necessary, skip or modify any poses that feel unreasonable in your body, and most importantly HAVE FUN 😉

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