Sunday is a great day of the week to pause, rest, and reset to enter your week calm, cool, and collected. Simply taking a moment to meditate, be present, and focus on yourself are some methods we’ll cover in this series. According to the American Heart Association (AHA), evidence shows that meditation like this can help with stress, anxiety, and even high blood pressure.
Today’s stress-relief activity is yoga! Yoga can be intimidating to get into at first, but we’ll talk you through a good beginner pose.
“ Some studies suggest that yoga can improve heart health ”
Before starting any yoga pose, make sure you’re in comfortable clothes that you find easy to move in. Find a non-slippery surface (a yoga mat is best!) to make sure you have stable footing.
Today, we’ll be trying Mountain Pose (Tadasana).
According to Heart.org, some studies suggest that yoga can can improve heart health. Try Mountain Pose a few times a week. Mindfulness increases with more practice.
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