Right now, whether you're aware of it or not, your body is adjusting to meet the demands of the moment. For example, you may be shifting positions in your seat to get more comfortable while reading this blog.
Most of the time, however, we have no idea of what our body is doing or what micro messages it's communicating to us and to others. What’s miraculous about us as human beings, though, is that we have the ability to catch these movements and either adapt, ignore, resist, or move against them.
That's why movement awareness, or becoming mindful of our body's signals and actions, is so important. In fact, it can increase our intelligence, boost our mood, and even improve our communication with others. Here's what you need to know: