Have you ever woken-up one morning and felt like most the things you are doing no longer serve you a purpose? Bad habits, toxic friendships, workplace blues. It is how I felt for a long time, the same routine, new stressors, and no longer feeling that quenching thirst for life.
The past couple of years have been a reawakening for me as I tuned into my instinct and began to listening to what my body was telling me. It was time to make small changes for the better. I had to shift my thinking and create a toolbox to help me let go of limiting fears that were only holding me back in life.
“Each day comes bearing its own gifts. Untie the ribbons.” – Ruth Ann Schbaker
This simple quote reminds me on the good and bad days that there is something always to be grateful for in life. We should never shy away from opportunities that present themselves to us and be open to receiving all of the good things that life has to offer us.
Yoga has always been a magnetic pull for me when I am falling out of balance and always entices me to the quiet solitude of my matt. It is at that time and space I focus on my breath for serenity.
Each day Yoga offers a unique perspective to your body,breath, and spirit. One day you will move through each pose easily and other days there will be challenges. In the challenging times it is more important to recognize that you are your own unique and divine being in your own space.
Just as in life there are stages and steps you must take to achieve your goals. As in yoga whether it be attempting to master tree or lifting up into crow it all takes stages, steps, and breath.
I believe Yoga is a gift that is accessible to everyone in each practice there are steps to growing on your path through modifications, props, sometimes a little bit of laughter, and just taking the time breathe.
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