10-Minute Yoga Sequence To Revive Your Energy
The winter months, although super fun and pretty when snow first falls, can drag on and try to zap our energy as swiftly and fiercely as the wind chill. I’ve got us all in mind this season and came up with some cozy moves to help you relax and revibe your mojo to keep you feeling great all winter long.
Here are a couple extra tips that help me feeling fresh during winter:
Keep it regular. Your yoga practice works best when you practice regularly. Don’t stress if you can’t squeeze an hour out of the day, start with 5 or 10 minutes right when you wake up and before bed to start and end your day with awesomeness.
Slow down a bit. Winter can be wonderful when we don’t fight it’s natural gifts. Take the opportunity of the season to cozy up at home, get in the kitchen, and whip up some yummy and healthy soups, or work on that crafty project you’ve had your mind on. You’ll find me making all kinds of veggie soups and knitting hats at home this winter.
Take a big, full, deep breath with me now, and enjoy!
For more yoga sequences from me, check out my mbg course, The Complete Guide To Yoga.
Tara Stiles is the founder of Strala Yoga, a revolutionary approach to healing through movement. She's also the author of Clean Mind, Clean Body. Thousands of guides are leading Strala classes around the globe in partner studios, gyms, and clubs. Strala has been illustrated in a case study by Harvard Business School, and its philosophy of ease and conservation of energy are incorporated by business leaders, entrepreneurs, and well-being professionals.
Stiles teamed up with W Hotels on Fit with Tara Stiles—a program bringing Strala Yoga classes and healthy recipes to W properties around the globe. She collaborated with Reebok, working closely with the design team on their yoga lifestyle range, as well as developed a line of knitwear and homeware with Wool and the Gang. Stiles has authored several books including Yoga Cures, Make Your Own Rules Cookbook, and Strala Yoga, all translated and published in several languages. She has been profiled by the New York Times, Times of India, The Times.