Calm

Calmness in mind, body and spirit

Stay calm, even when it is difficult.

There are times in your life when you need to just be with your breath; centered and calm; in harmony with yourself.

Breathing

Learn how to breathe; it helps to instill calmness.

Breathe in and breathe out slower and slower, deeper and deeper, using a noisy breath to keep you in focus on your breath.

Yoga poses and staying in the asana for more that a few moments can be very meditative.

The poses stretch you and discipline you to be still as you become one with your internal mind, body and soul.

Your heart center becomes your focus. You get in touch and intimate with your internal self; a soulful way toward calmness that you can bring yourself into when you need to be soft and quiet.

Move into  pigeon to strengthen, elongate your hips and strengthen your body

Move into pigeon to strengthen, elongate your hips and strengthen your body

 

 

Calm Yoga Poses: Pigeon and Child’s Pose

When you need some calmness try some yoga poses to get you at peace with your internal mind, body and spirit. Focusing on slowing down your breath and staying in a pose that feels good.

There is a meditative calmness in yoga poses when you focus on poses that you can just be in for more than just a few moments. I try to stay in soft poses for at least 3-5 minutes; gaining a new way to meditate.

Enjoy poses such as pigeon and child’s pose for your daily calming activity that brings everything back into alignment. Not only your physical alignment but your emotional and spiritual alignment for the day.

Start your day with flexible movements that help you to be in touch with you. This stillness, silence and calmness will help you with a stressful day.

 

Finding ways to just be calm and centered in Child's pose

Finding ways to just be calm and centered in Child’s pose

 

 

 

 

 

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