Evening exercise routine. Part One

Exercise after sleep. Part Two
April 11, 2018
Exercise
April 20, 2018

“At the end of your day;

Lie down flat and relax on the floor.

Observe your body and notice any tension or stress that you may have accumulated during the day.

Stand up into the praying position, take a few deep breaths and do a few stretches up and down while continuing to breathe.

Kneel on the floor in child pose.

 

Lay flat on the ground and bring one leg in to your chest to stretch and hold. Release and extend the leg.

Bring the other leg in to your chest to stretch and hold. Release and extend the leg.

Bring in both knees to your chest and hold them while rocking back and forth to massage your back. This will release anxiety and you will feel more focussed.

Pull the legs up and over the head so your toes rest on the ground above your head (as far as you can)

Place your arms out straight to your sides with the palms facing down and hold for five seconds.

Release and bring your legs back down, so you return to laying flat on your back.

 

Bring in your knees to your chest again and rock back and forth to massage the back.

Kneel on the floor in child pose.

Observe your body once more. If you find any negative energy and are not ready to deal with it, just breathe and try to relax.

Prior to going to sleep take five deep breaths, smile as golden light surrounds you.

 

While exercising we start to focus on positive thoughts and feelings and we let go of negative, disruptive ones.” Dr Mirella

 

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