Autumn is a great time for nature walks. There’s so much to see, feel and hear – the crisp air, leaves changing colors, the earthy smells. It’s easy to get distracted and lost in your thoughts on a nature walk, so sometimes we need to bring intention to our walks. Intention to stay mindful and present in the moment. We can also find ways to connect nature to our mindfulness walks.
Back to school means that you and your children may be experiencing adding stress, stimuli, and a more hectic schedule. The following poses are designed to help you empower, restore balance, reduce the outside stimuli like light and sound, and to relax and unwind. Enjoy this sequence as an after school ritual together with your children or they can practice on their own.
The Acts of Kindness Tree is a great activity for children and parents/teachers to explore acts of kindness together. It illustrates the different ways you can be kind. Helping a friend out. Picking up trash. Volunteering at a local shelter. No matter how big or small your kind deed is, it impacts the world around you. Let's create together!
Introducing our Yoga Tools blog series. In our first post, we offer our Daily Practice Journal which is a great resource for keeping track of your daily practice. By planning a daily practice, you can create a consistent routine in all aspects of your life – which can open and calm your mind. Sometimes, I find developing structure can lead to creating ease and happiness. Download our Daily Practice Journal today.