It's important to celebrate the milestones in life. They remind us how far we've come and what we've achieved thus far. Like the milestones we record as a baby grows a develops. The celebrations shouldn't stop there ;)
So well done, whether it is one stretch or a new body awareness, it is all a step on this journey to experiencing greater wellbeing in body and wholeness in life.
Today I thought it would be awesome to bring it all together for you so you can see if you were to weave each of the individual practices throughout your day you would actually be fitting in a 15 - 20min practice into your day!
Thats almost half a yoga class.
My aim all along has been to show you it doesn't have to be hard to do.
If you've haven't been managing to find the 5mins for you each day,
what is stopping you?
Sometimes we have to get out of our own way and simply do it.
Like these videos for me, if I had waited for everything to be "perfect", the right equipment, the perfect space, enough money, great outfits, perfectly written scripts, …..
then to be totally honest with you, they would not exist.
I would still be stuck in my head thinking it through, working it out, and most probably talking myself out of it ;)
Flying by the seat of my pants, starting before I'm ready and taking imperfect action means I've been facing those fears head on, learning on the go and gaining invaluable experiences.
The same is true for you.
Saying you can is the first step.
And then you take another step.
The next step could be making the decision to replace each thought of "I don't have time" or "I'm no good at that" with a pause for one conscious breath or stretch to reconnect with your body!
It only takes one second, one choice.
If that's it for you, celebrate that.
It's one more conscious choice taken for You!
So what's your next step?
Please go ahead and share it in the comments below.
And may you enjoy bringing it together,
PS: As we're bringing it all together, it is a little longer video, therefore a little longer practice. Make some space in your day for you. Take your time, listen to your body and always heed it's message. It will feel different first thing in the morning to doing it later at night. It will feel different to those that move more often to those that are getting back on the wagon. Listening to your body is doing yoga! Practice this and you're right on track :) xx