Making a commitment to a morning practice.
When I started practising yoga and meditation regularly, I was going to classes at a yoga studio five sometimes six times per week. I was number two on their list of best customers!! Tuesdays and Thursdays I would go to a 6am class. Believe me when I say, I am not a morning person. So how I regularly got up at 5.30am to go to a 75minute class at 6am, and then either dash home to get changed for work or change at the studio, I’ll never know. Why did I do it, because of how good it made me feel.
The practices I am sharing with you in the video below, I timed, and it takes 15 minutes to complete.
Yes. I’d love you to be able to give more time to a daily practice, but I know what that mad hour in the morning can be like when you’re rushing off to work, and or trying to get the kids off to school.
It’s going to require a time commitment from you.
I will say, I am very familiar with hitting the snooze button at least twice in the morning, in my case that’s an extra 16minutes snooze time! I also know about the habit of losing myself for at least 15 minutes checking my phone in the morning before I get out of bed.
If neither of these options work for you, consider the option of setting your alarm 15 minutes earlier.
Think of it as a wonderful gift to give to yourself for 15 minutes in the mornings.
Here’s your 15-minute morning Yoga and meditation practice.
I’ve included yoga asana to stretch and strengthen your body, stimulate the blood flow but also activate your digestive system. mindful breathing to bring balance, and inner calm so you can enjoy a moment of stillness before your day begins.
Regular morning yoga and meditation practices not only contribute to physical fitness but also promote emotional resilience, mental clarity, and a sense of inner peace throughout the day.
It’s time to reclaim your well-being, find your calm amidst the chaos, and discover the transformative benefits of incorporating yoga and meditation into your morning routine.