Only have 10 minutes for yoga today?
I’ve been there many days.
My family has been fighting a very mean head cold this week so our usual routine has been thrown for a loop, leaving me with even less time than usual!
I came across this article with 5 yoga poses for moms – I loved this a few days ago and wanted to share with you all!
I am super excited for this program I’ve put together!
What if I told you you already have all the answers you’ll ever need?
Imagine parenting from a place of absolute peace.
Imagine making decisions (parenting or otherwise) with ease.
Imagine feeling energetic and connected to your family.
I’ve designed a one on one yoga experience to get you there.
- we’ll have a check in at each session to establish how you’re feeling and what you need from your yoga practice that day
- we’ll cut through mental chatter quickly to get you to the answers you need
- i’ll provide you with one on one yoga instruction that deeply cares for your body
- each session includes aromatherapy
- we’ll create a mantra together that helps you access your intuition instantly, with ease!
- you’ll get a pretty journal as a gift from me to you!
Private sessions with me are different from group classes. Private sessions:
- focus directly on YOUR needs
- provide me the ability to give you 100% of my attention to guide your practice
- include aromatherapy!
Message me for more info! I’m super excited to share this with you! May we all make decisions from a place of peace and deep connection to our intuition.
I had an experience last weekend that reminded me of how hard it is as a mom to get out and spend money and time on ourselves.
It was Sunday morning and my husband said “hey, why don’t you go to a yoga class today?” I instantly said “yes! that would be awesome!”
BUT when it came time to actually get myself out the door (and thereby commit to going) I felt guilty. Guilty that he would have to spend part of HIS ‘me time’ (watching football games) caring for our son, guilty that I was about to spend all this time just to myself and not be productive (there is the never ending pile of laundry/food prep/etc that could always use some attention), and guilty that I was spending money on myself when that money could go to something fun for our family to enjoy together.
I started making excuses for why I couldn’t go. But then I remembered. When I take care of myself, I feel great. And when I feel great I am a much nicer mom and wife to be around. So, I pushed myself out the door. I gave my son a big kiss and hug, gave my husband a big kiss and hug, and said “I’ll see you in a few hours”. And even though it was HARD to leave, I did it.
After a few hours, I returned home feeling rejuvenated and ready to be a mom and wife again. I was patient with my son again as he asked me to pick him up (for possibly the 500th time that day ) and I enjoyed the little moments of the evening (because I was more present after taking a yoga class and slowed my monkey mind down).
I felt inspired to share this with you because I totally understand how hard it is to take care of yourself because I go through it too! Please take time for yourself doing something you love; because you deserve it.
Have you ever left a yoga class blissed out, but when you leave and experience something unpleasant all of that disappears?
The things that work on your yoga mat work in your real life. It’s a matter of noticing when real life starts kicking your ass and inviting those lessons from the mat into your life.
This article neatly sums up what to do!
If you’d like some one on one help with this and learn to experience an easier way of living (no matter how stressed out you feel now), I’d love to help with an absolutely free 15 minute phone call. All you have to do is reply to this email and I will be there for you!
Are you a Mom who is stressed out to the max? Do you have moments when you are just dying for a break and time to yourself? Your opportunity is here!
Join us on October 16th from 1 to 3 pm for our Moms ONLY mini retreat.
During two delicious hours you’ll be able to focus on yourself.
Your retreat includes
– blissful yoga focused on relaxation and well being
– the opportunity to socialize with other Moms over herbal teas OR
– take quiet time to yourself to do ABSOLUTELY NOTHING (except maybe enjoy that herbal tea while it’s still nice and hot) in the Sun Room at beautiful YogaSpace in Bethel, CT.
You’ll leave with a renewed sense of well being and a personally chosen essential oil to anchor you to bliss on the go. Escape for two hours before the craziness of the holiday season sets in!
Sign up here! http://www.yogaspace-ct.com/sp/SpecialEvents.php#MomsRetreat
Invite a friend and experience an afternoon of bliss.
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