“You’re not good enough.”
The words “dog breath” don’t sound like the key to a major immune system boost.
When the pillows feel like fluffy clouds and you’re enveloped in the warm embrace of the comforter, why get up? Here’s how you can justify staying in bed a little longer: an energizing yoga sequence that makes the most of your snooze time.
I’m one of those people who just happens to be prone to tummy troubles. And the discomfort isn’t the worst part—poor digestion can affect your body’s ability to properly absorb all the nutrients it needs. But what I’ve discovered is this: yoga can actually wake up the digestive tract.
Every time you pick up your phone to check Facebook or go back to the pantry for “just one more” chocolate, your brain is messing with you. But self-control is much easier than you might think. Meditation is the trick.
What if I told you relieving body aches and pains could be as easy as giving yourself a foot rub?
Mahatma Gandhi once said, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” To me, this is why yoga is so important—because the basic practice puts you in charge of your own healing and empowerment, which will then transform the world for the better.
Jennifer Brooke Partridge has been working in the holistic fields of body, mind, and spirit for more than 10 years. She has spent time traveling the world, studying ancient knowledge in remote locations, monasteries, and in tribal villages across India, Nepal, Thailand, Indonesia, and across South America. Jennifer did her Hatha Yoga Teacher training in Goa, India and is recognized by International Yoga Federation as a professional yoga instructor. In addition, she also completed her Kundalini yoga teacher training at Golden Bridge Yoga in Los Angeles.
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