movement to soothe an overactive nervous system
The nervous system is that really cool part in your brain whose sole purpose is to make you feel safe by–among other things–regulating your stress levels. In our busy, always-on modern world, most of us are overstimulated. Movement is a fantastic way to help activate the parasympathetic nervous system to counter-balance an overactive brain. It will leave you feeling more grounded and connected to yourself.
Here, you will never come to compensate for calories, to do sets of reps, and you will never hear me ask you to “push harder.”
3 Simple Stretches for Fingers, Wrists, and Arms (perfect after a long day at the computer!)
These 3 simple stretches and exercises will ease up tension in the fingers, forearms, and shoulders from spending time in front of the computer and
10 Minute Shoulder Tension Relief at the Wall
This practice is perfect if you feel tension around the neck and shoulders. We get into a couple of active mobility movements to soften that
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