Yoga for Uncertain Times

April 08, 2020

At this time, the feelings of turbulence and uncertainty are prevalent and may feel overwhelming. Whether your normal schedule has become inundated, uninterrupted, or has come to a screeching halt, remember to breathe. Take this time as a powerful reminder to practice being present in the moment.

A great resource I have been utilizing for my at-home yoga practice is a “Yoga for Uncertain Times” playlist. This playlist offers teachings from online teacher Adriene Mishler, who offers relaxed instruction that you can easily do throughout your day. From a seven minute meditation for inner peace to an hour long flow for self love, there is a video to meet you where you are.

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And, if you suddenly find yourself homeschooling overly energetic kids, Adriene’s YouTube channel has accessible videos for beginners, making it a great resource to practice yoga as a family.

Remember, be gentle with yourself. Breathe frequently, listen deeply, and surround yourself with art. A mantra of Adriene’s is “find what feels good.” May you and your family find what feels good during this time.

 

Hannah Parks l Mukha YogaBy Hannah Parks; All Rights Reserved @2020



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