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Take a timeout

If you could relate to yesterday's post, the five steps I'll be sharing this week can help you gain back control of your health and life.

The first (and IMHO most important) step to improving your health and wellbeing is to take a timeout, to press pause. It's nearly impossible to figure out what you really want when you're caught up in the inertia of your day-to-day responsibilities.

When you're rushing from one thing to another, you never really get a chance to step back and take an inventory of where you are, or let alone give any thought to where you want to be.

You might be wondering what a timeout looks like. This can vary from person to person, so if you're at a loss for how to slow down, click play on the below video clip for some ideas.

I personally find yoga to be a helpful tool in getting back in touch with who I am and what I need. Give it a try yourself and join me for our five-class yin yoga series that starts tonight at 7:00 PM Mountain Time. In this series, we'll explore the layers of self (koshas) to help you get better acquainted with your body's sensations, your breath, sense of self, inner wisdom, and bliss!

Register for one class for $15, or all five classes for $60, by completing this form. Classes start tonight and will be every Wednesday through February 2.

Keep an eye out tomorrow for Step 2!

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