The holidays can be crazy stressful when you're trying to conceive! In this video we'll chat about stress and anxiety triggers that come up during the holidays, tips you can use off the yoga mat to relieve your stress and anxiety during the holidays, as well as a short stress-reducing yoga practice and yoga breathing technique you can use anywhere, anytime to deal with these emotional blocks to fertility.
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Oh that time of the month. We have a lot of ways of talking about it (or not), can experience all kinds of emotions before and when it arrives, and more often than not, just keep on keepin' on until it's done. hough each of us experiences our menstrual cycle differently, we all go through four phases of it each month. Each of these brings it's own changes in energy levels, emotions, reactions, thoughts, and more. Yoga is fabulous tool to help us tune in to our body wisdom and better respond to our changing needs over the course of the month. How so?
Yoga helps to practice being fully present, both on and off our mat. Being present is what makes it possible to messages and feedback from the body to the brain. More often than not, our mind-body communication tends to go in one direction, mind to body. We're more used to telling our bodies what to do than listening to what our bodies need. Enjoy a 20-minute practice for your pelvic floor AND a healthy period.
What questions do you have about your pelvic floor or your period and yoga? Comment below and let me know!
PCOS can be a huge fertility block, but the good news is you can manage your symptoms while TTC naturally. In this video I'm sharing a 20-minute yoga practice you can can come back to any time to manage your PCOS naturally and get closer to conceiving that baby you're dreaming about!
If you have been trying to get pregnant for one month or twelve, you know a little something about stress. There's the stress of tracking your period, knowing when you're ovulating, planning sex rather than enjoying sex, the two-week wait, and then getting your period, knowing the whole cycle starts all over again. And if you've ever talked to anyone about feeling stressed over trying to get pregnant you might have been told you "just need to relax".