As the colder months creep in, excuses arise for not getting up and going to the gym, I know I am not alone in this.
My trick for keeping motivated is doing Yoga, a workout I enjoy that just so happens to be good for my mind and body – especially in the winter.
Director of Creature Yoga and Wanderlust yoga instructor, Tahl Rinsky said yoga “helps lift dull lazy energy that is usually present during colder months…We tend to be less mobile during the winter months, yoga helps us stay opened and expansive in our bodies, it releases stress and builds internal heat.”
According to Rinsky there are three moves we should focus on (that means if you miss a class you should do these at home!) These are sun salutations, spinal twist and pigeon, as each focus on major muscle groups and common problem areas.
SUN SALUTATIONS to the sound of the roosters & beams of the sun. Nothing can top my mornings on this beautiful island, I have my loved ones in my heart and I’ve never felt more at home than here! #travel #bali #yoga #yogilife #yogi #sunrise #sun #beach #sunsalutations #yogainspiration #yogaflow #yogaeveryday
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