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Strike the grounding pose

March 19, 2020 - If current events are leaving you feeling like you are spinning and out of control, we thought we’d bring you a simple way to feel more grounded.

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Whether you are working from home, social distancing or simply not able to make a regular yoga class or group activity, please keep moving!

Let’s start with some very simple asanas (yoga poses) that can be helpful in case:

  • You have been glued to your screen for 45 minutes without moving
  • You are feeling a bit scattered or anxious
  • You are having trouble staying focused on any one task
  • You are feeling your energy slump
  1. Sun salutations: A rhythmic and breath synchronized flow of yoga poses will warm the body and calm the chaotic energy.
  2. Forward bend: This pose is ideal for tight lower backs and stiff spines, which compress the pelvis. It is also excellent for constipation and bloating. If you suffer from insomnia, practice five to seven minutes of forward bends before bedtime.
  3. Spinal twist: Help settle the nervous system by twisting your spine while seated. Take some deep breaths in and then out as you twist.

Another effective way to stay grounded is alternate nostril breathing.

  1. Close the left nostril using the right hand index and middle fingers and inhale through the right nostril for 10 seconds.
  2. Then close the right nostril, open the left and exhale through the left nostril for 15 seconds.
  3. Alternate and repeat 7-10 times, three to four times a day.

If you have children at home with you, you can even do some yoga poses together.

Follow more #AtHomeWithSixSenses tips as we deliver our in-resort wellness experiences with love to your home. We’ll be sharing videos, tutorials, articles and advice to support the pillars of Mindfulness, Eat, Sleep, Move, Live Naturally and Connect.

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