Stress Relief and Relaxation with Yoga
You don't have to feel this way anymore.
Have you been feeling stressed out lately? Are you finding it challenging to relax and find some calm in your mind?
Perhaps it’s the continued hecticness of your days or low energy you just can’t seem to shake. Whatever it is that has caused your nervous system to either freeze or hyperactivate, you are feeling the effects and they are heavy.
The side effects of a deregulated nervous system are vast. They can include anxiety, fearfulness, chronic pain, hypervigilance, anger, sadness, depression, disorientedness, immobility, disinterest in social activities, lack of motivation, lack of interest in hobbies your once enjoyed, and a disconnect from relationships.
Whether you hear about it or not, every human on the planet has a nervous system and every one of us can get out of a healthy balanced mode on a regular basis.
But you do not need to stay there forever. You don’t have to feel this way anymore.
Life is inevitable and we can’t stop it’s forward motion. But you know what we can control? How we react and how we take care of our own well-being.
Today, I’m going to show you how to find some stress relief and relaxation through yoga.
This 19-minute yoga practice is created to help you down-regulate your nervous system and connect with your body in the present moment. Slow, floor-based movements allow you to connect with your breath, releasing tension and relaxing tight muscles.
Perfect for beginners and anyone seeking a gentle yoga practice to calm the mind and body. Find a quiet space to unroll your mat and give yourself the gift of gentle, relaxing movement. Your body will thank you for it.
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