"Having been on both ends of the cleanse/YOLO spectrum, I have personally focused less on dramatic detoxes in a continual effort to adopt an ongoing state of balance as much as humanly possible," yogi and mbg class instructor Shauna Harrison tells says. "That being said, as we are all human, sometimes I eat something that throws off my sensitive system, and so in these cases I have a few things I do to reboot."
"I move my body, whether that means yoga, walks or hikes, dancing, or jumping around to get my blood flowing," she explains. "If I feel stiff or stressed, I will hold some restorative postures, like child's pose with a rolled up blanket in the belly, or simple twists on my back. I visit my alternative healers year-round for acupuncture and applied kinesiology, which always help me target what I need to do in order to bring my body and mind back into balance. If my digestion or nervous system feels off, I limit whatever I feel might be a culprit, whether it is gluten, dairy, sugar, caffeine, technology, late bedtimes, or social events and shindigs."