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January 31, 2020
Stress and anxiety can strike at any moment in our lives, and comes from many sources- family, technology, work... you name it. Before you let all of this get the best of you, give Yoga a try.
Yep. We said Yoga.
Studies have proven many health benefits from regular yoga practice, in particular for managing stress and anxiety. Yoga combines three key components to bring an overall sense of calm-
Poses or Positions- also called Asanas
Controlled Breathing- focusing on the action of breathing quiets your mind. This allows you to control your body and steady your racing thoughts.
Meditation- the act of mindfulness brings you into the present moment. This allows you to witness thoughts and feelings that arise without judgement, and be at peace with everything no matter the outcome.
Now, before you start feeling that you can’t possibly turn yourself into a human pretzel… Don’t stress- these meditative stretches are so easy that you’ll feel like your muscles are actually giving themselves a relaxing massage and you’re just along for the ride. We bet you’ll be so blissed-out after this little beginner's sequence, you’ll find yourself levitating off the ground in the lotus position… ;)
This is the easiest yoga pose, and will get you immediately grounded and in a meditative state.
*It's okay if your butt doesn't touch your feet or your forehead doesn't touch the mat. Just totally relax your neck and lower back, and over time, you will reach the full pose.
This simple, yet powerful pose is perfect for unwinding that tension in your lower back, neck, and shoulders.
This delicious flow has you switching gently back and forth between two poses that’ll stretch your spine and warm up your body, like a big sigh of fresh air for tight back muscles.
Just hangin’ out... Let gravity do all the work with this simple, yet profoundly relaxing and pain-relieving pose.
Find your stillness and balance within by tapping your roots into Mother Earth… You’ll find yourself feeling as peaceful as a tree!
Ok, a fancy name for what is quite literally Corpse Pose. You can’t get much more chill than this.
What’s your favorite relaxing yoga pose to unwind from a hectic day?Share your stretchy goodness in the comments below!
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