30 Minute Yoga to De-stress

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"Are you feeling super stressed out? Take thirty minutes to yourself and completely turn things around! This is a very calming, yet uplifting 30 minute yoga sequence to de-stress. It opens up the chest and legs, it encourages a quieting of the mind and invites mindfulness. We'll quiet the chatter in our heads, let go of anxieties and worries, and focus on a meditation in movement.

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"Here is what I do a lot to relieve my stress "take out a piece of notebook paper get a pen and write down thirty things that you love about you and write down why you love those things about you"."


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