Day 21 - Control | BREATH - A 30 Day Yoga Journey

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  • Published on:  1/21/2021
  • How you move matters. Today’s central theme is not just designed to guide breath control, but to also roll out the red carpet for you to expand your mind and your relationship to the mantra Find What Feels Good. What is it like to focus not just on the WHAT, but even more on the HOW?

    The same way that you have to bring the breath, you have to bring the awareness of how you are doing something. You get to design how many layers, you get to pay attention to the details… or not. You get to decide the flavor.

    How you move matters. The art of quality control. Both on and off the mat.

    Let me know how it goes for you via the comment section below. I LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU!

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