I believe that we all have the ability to do anything we set our minds to. Even if initially we might feel like giving up because we don’t feel flexible enough, we are shy or afraid to fail or to realise how disconnected we are with our own bodies, we have to remember to tap into the beginner’s mind. When we first learn to walk as babies, we don’t give up, we keep on trying and failing, falling but we always try to get back up until one day we are able to stand up without anybody holding on to us. As we grow old though, we tend to take life too seriously and tag certain actions as childish so we forever stop doing it as we don’t want to embarrass ourselves in front of other so serious adults. Let’s remember to be children again and keep on falling and failing until we wake up one day realising we can actually “walk” by ourselves.
For me Yoga and Movement is about reconnecting to our beautiful inner selves. It’s about practicing self love, get in touch with our skin, muscles, joints, heart, mind, breath, soul, our feminine and masculine energies. Our bodies are always sending us signals, communicating with us but we forget how to listen.
Let’s practice self patience and embrace our own limits but always striving to get out of our comfort zone and grow, but with ambition, love and care for ourselves. Our bodies are designed since birth to move in a conscious way.
Yoga for me has become an indispensable daily practice for body, mind and soul.
In just a few days of practice, you too can gain more resistance and mobility and discover how your body is capable of anything if only you persevere .
Personally, I start my day early by moving my body in a conscious way and that helps improve my energy flow by restoring and fluidising the blood and lymphatic circulation, while deep and mindful breathing helps alleviate any tension felt in the body without the need for any coffee or energy stimulant before or after.
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