I’m continuing our Breathwork Meditation Series with my FAVORITE exercise! This is my go-to when I have to fly…those of you that know me well know that I HATE flying, that I’m TERRIFIED of flying, and prefer to keep my feet firmly planted on the ground where they belong ✈️😳😂 I used to have to … Continue reading 10-Count Breathwork Meditation Series
This is your friendly reminder to do 2 things 👇🏽 1. Check in with yourself. How are you feeling right now? What’s 1 simple thing you can do to take care of yourself today? 2. Use this gif to breathe for 60 seconds. Follow your inhales & exhales, feeling the rise & fall of … Continue reading Breathe – Part 2
We’ve all experienced stress & anxiety, it’s inescapable & universal. It’s a natural part of life, especially in 2021. Life moves fast & we’re constantly being overstimulated, but that does not mean there aren’t easy & actionable ways to manage stress & anxiety. There’s good reason to find ways to manage stress & anxiety … Continue reading What Can Stress & Anxiety Do To Your Body?
Earlier this week I kicked off my Breathwork Meditation Series with an Introduction To Breathwork Meditation. If you’re new to breathwork it’s a great place to get started as I discuss what breathwork is, how it can help you & provide a short & simple guided breathing exercise, zero experience necessary 👍🏽 The series continues … Continue reading 4-4 Breathwork Meditation Series
Last week I shared a breathing gif, that I’m thrilled was helpful for so many of you, thanks for the positive feedback ❤️ I also talked about the surge of requests for ways to help manage the symptoms of stress & anxiety. Most of us have been under some form of quarantine/lockdown for almost … Continue reading Meditation – Introduction To Breathwork
Stop whatever you’re doing right now and for 60 seconds breathe in and out of your nose. Close your eyes if that feels comfortable. Breathe slowly. Filling the whole space between your belly button and collarbones. Placing one hand on your lower belly and one on your upper chest can help you connect more deeply … Continue reading Breathe – Part 1