A slow summer morning yoga flow that I was inspired to create for you after hiking through a beautiful little patch of woods near my house. All along my walk there was an amazing scent of green earth and flowers, and a deep sense of peace, belonging. And so in this flow, I try and channel some of that sweet summer morning bliss I felt on my little walk through the woods. May you feel loved and appreciated, and may this day welcome you to live your best life.
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We begin today’s practice with a powerful breathing exercise called “diaphragm breathing” which helps to calm your mind, calm your sympathetic nervous system (fight or flight) and activate your parasympathetic nervous system (rest and digest). The effect is to melt stress and welcome a state of calm relaxation. Next a few stretching exercises to release tension and tightness in the hamstrings, hips and low back. And then a sweet, slow summer morning yoga flow to welcome this day with clarity, confidence and a joyful heart.
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This yoga practice 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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