#YOGAEVERYDAMNDAY

Our bodies are amazing. They get us through our everyday lives, and we push them to their limits sometimes. Some of us push our bodies farther than we would care to admit. Depending on the job that we have and the lifestyle we lead, we can put our bodies through a lot. So how do you thank your body? How do you give back to the amazing vessel our souls are given to live this life in.

#yogaeverydamnday

I do yoga. I try my very hardest to practice a little bit of yoga everyday, but let’s be honest sometimes you need to switch it up. I do however try to make sure that I am getting some exercise every single day. Our bodies work hard for us so we need to work hard for it, to ensure it gets everything it needs to be healthy and strong. This includes our minds, something that many of us forget about. (GUILTY) Yoga is not only fantastic for the strength and flexibility of our bodies, but also our mind. Our mental health is becoming more and more important in todays society, therefor it is crucial that we take time out of our day to say thank you to our bodies, and our minds, for getting us through the day.

Tone it Up

Katrina and Karina from Tone it Up not only have some of the best yoga routines but they are quick and highly effective. They help you strengthen and tone every part of your body, while centring your mind. Here is one of my favourite yoga routines from the Tone it Up ladies!

➰ Tone it Up Website

➰ Tone it Up YouTube

A lot of the times, I want a more rigorous workout so I lift weights or I do one of the other Tone it Up workouts. Tip: On the Tone it Up website they have a tab called the Daily Workout. Here, they tell exactly what workout to do giving you pictures or videos! Check it out here. Regardless of the workout, I try to do centre myself at the end, doing a small yoga sequence. I thank my body for all it does, and thank the universe for my many blessings.

Until next time,

Stephanie

 

3 thoughts on “#YOGAEVERYDAMNDAY

  1. I Love yoga but I haven’t been consistent about it! My objective was to do it once a week and I can’t remember the last time I’ve done it!! OUPS! It’s easier for me to grab my stuff and head to the gym because a vigorous workout feels more effective, but I know that I need to also include more zen-stretching yoga-type exercises into my routine.

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    1. You could also combine the two! Try including a small yoga flow at the end of your rigorous workout!

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