Every night before I go to sleep I look back over my day and give thanks for all the wonderful things that I've experienced.
It's surprising just how long it takes!
We can so easily get caught up in the negative and it serves no purpose other than to make us feel miserable.
You each give me so many reasons to be grateful 💕
What are you grateful for today?
The Importance of Foot Mobility
The average person will walk over 100,000 miles in their lifetime. Over 100 moving parts in each foot working to keep us mobile!
Feet are our foundation yet, just as we don't think about the foundations of a building, we often forget about our feet. Until something goes wrong of course. Problems with the feet can affect our whole posture, creating imbalances elsewhere. Our knees, hips and spine can get thrown out of alignment causing joint pain.
Yoga offers us a wonderful way to work on our foot mobility by gently releasing tight fascia throughout the body. Simple movements that you can do daily to keep your feet as flexible as possible!
The ultimate act of conscious surrender
Yoga Nidra can be one of the trickiest parts of a Yoga class. Allowing yourself to be still for a whole ten minutes! I'll be honest, I usually fall asleep.
Throughout our Yoga class we take our body in all different directions. Relaxing and strengthening our muscles, releasing fascia and slowing our thoughts. We create space and allow tension and habitual holding patterns to be released.
Our Yoga Nidra is the perfect way to allow our body to fully integrate all of this. Think of it as a reset button (even if you fall asleep!)