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Practicing poses that embody anxiety/worry and power/strength

Please take this coronavirus in a positive light—this is an opportunity to spend more time with yourself and your loved ones, build inner resources and resiliency.This is the time to practice more yoga, develop more inner-awareness, be more more loving and kind, more giving, and more serving. Any time you move your body and shift your posture, you shift your physiology. Any time you shift your physiology, you shift the activity of your nervous system and its state of excitement/stress or calm/shut down/collapse. You can intentionally use simple movements to shift your emotions and your mood. 1. As you notice stress and anxiety showing up in your body, or before going into any situation that


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