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1,2,3 BREATHE

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1,2,3 BREATHE
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How often do you remember to breathe? Studies suggest that one of most important times to take a breather is soon once you have woken up. It aims to relax your muscles after a good night’s sleep, & will help you to minimize tension for remainder of day – so you can start as you mean to go on. Here are a few sweet steps to follow:

·         Stand up straight &, slightly bending your knees, bend your torso forward from waist. Your arms should be hanging close to floor, limply.

·         Take a breath in slowly, returning to your original standing position. You should look like an inflatable ghost you may see at Halloween: your head should be last thing to straighten up.

·         Exhale, returning to position of being bent forward by end of your exhale. Stand up straight once you have finished, stretching your muscles as required.

Starting to feel breathing benefits? Stay tuned this week as we share more breathing techniques & benefits of starting your day w. a breath.

 

XO,

Chrystal