Hello Beautiful Souls! What is the first thing you do when you wake up? Do you grab your phone? Check your emails? Or, scroll through social media? Although these actions have become a habit for most of us, taking at least five minutes to center yourself can mean a big difference between a clear, focused, uplifted spirit and an over-active, flustered and cluttered brain. Below is a gentle sequence you can practice to help awaken your senses, loosen up tight muscles, set intentions, and mentally prepare you for the day with grace and acceptance.
Before you begin, remember that inhale and exhale is equivalent to one full breath. Breathing full breaths through every posture is key. Remain in each asana for 5-10 full breaths. With each breath, feel the sensation flowing through your body, while keeping your face relaxed, and gently flow into the next asana.
Gyan Mudra /Mudra of Knowledge
Mudra Hand Prayer – Thumb positioned between my brows to activate my Third EyeCat CowThread the NeedleSeated Back Twist
Cross-Legged Reverse PlankExtended Child Pose