It hardly matters what day it is any more, since the future is so unclear. I sit quietly, and I open my heart and mind for the unexpected. My prayers of the heart are “humility, through mystery,” and “peace, through acceptance.”
– C. Thorman
I am so grateful you are here. Thank you for joining me today, day 13 of our 30 days of yoga support during this challenging time.
Today we’ll be exploring some standing postures and movement for the pelvic girdle and our organs of elimination. A healthy body and immune system need to have a healthy foundation and careful consideration of all the ways you care for yourself.
It’s important to take time to reflect on all the ways your body is nourished, or depleted.
Close your eyes for a moment and think about the air you breathe, the water you drink and the quantity you bring in, the nutritional value of the foods you eat, as well thinking about where your food comes from and any processing taking that food from it’s original form, your level of activity, do you express or suppress emotions, how much do you laugh, how do you feel when you’re with certain people, and thinking about our collective toxic overload and what that does to our body systems.
The human body is really quite amazing, and we are born with these self-regulatory mechanisms which are self – healing, however we do need to care for ourselves to support that state of homeostasis – or balance.
Today my yogi friend Noah joins me as we do some simple movement based postures to help support YOU in all these ways.
To view the practice click here
We want you to feel the best you possibly can.
From our home to yours, wrapping you in so much love and light
Amber and Noah