Time To Boost That ImmunityRead Now
2020 will probably go down as a year to forget. Can’t you just see the scowls on all the uber-rich people’s faces in 10 years when the waiter comes out with his finest vintage Chauvignon Blanc cerca 2020? “2020 - that was a bad year” someone genius will chirp nasally and all heads will bob up and down in unison at this bit of commonly accepted wisdom...
One good thing that will definitely come out of all of this chaos is that we will all place higher priority on doing whatever we can to keep our natural immunity as high as possible.
If it hasn’t been beaten into our psyche enough, we are all pretty aware of the need to keep the economy running by purchasing obscene amounts of hand sanitizer and spreading it all over our hand, homes, and workspaces.
But we also need to stick to the basics. Check out our 3 Immunity Boosting Not-So-Secret Secrets to make sure you’re ready for whatever comes your way!
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Guidelines For Practice:
Working Your "Edge":
Yoga can be more strenuous than people. To practice safely, it is important to understand that yoga is non-competitive and that you should advance only as your body is ready. Please listen to and respect your body's sensations.
To progress in yoga, we work our "Edge". Our edge means feeling strong sensation but never pain! As areas of your body begin to open and strengthen, you may feel heat or mild discomfort in your muscles, this is okay.
But, if either of the following happens in your yoga practice, you need to back off immediately:
therapeutic and provide many health benefits, but there are some yoga poses that are not appropriate for certain people. As with any health program, if you have any medical concerns you should consult with your doctor and find out limitations you may have in your yoga practice. Please inform us if you have any injuries or health issues. While we will provide you with key alignment principles