When your brain is moving at a million miles per minute, it’s best to take a few deep breaths, slow down, and reconnect with the earth. During this week’s episode Instructor of the month clubThat’s exactly what you will do, as yoga instructor Palin Anis takes us through a 30-minute grounding yoga stream to help you feel more focused.
“When we think of grounding, this is the opportunity to let everything in our body stay up and running,” said Anis, who is an Aileen Extension Trainer, Mirror Trainer and Lululemon Ambassador. “It can be thought, it can be the energy that you hold. So let every breath you take be an invitation to soften, to release, to ground more.”
Throughout this video, you will focus a ton on your breathing, calming your body and your mind before moving on to some gentle movements. This flow is fast moving and not about creating one ton of heat. Rather, you are slowly taking things in stride and reconnecting with your mind and body.
“When we make room for grounding, the idea is to plant those roots and extend our roots in support of the earth that can help us cope with any storm that seems to be taking it out of our center.” Anis says. “We can return to our breathing, which is our foundation, to the support that is within us when we slowly take time.”
Flow with Anis by pressing play in the video above.
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