A few weeks back I was invited to sub a Hatha yoga class. It isn't a regular time I teach and it gave me lots to think about.
What was most interesting to me was that one third of the class were new to the studio and new to the class. The room was full of regulars and those ready to start/restart their yoga practice.
It got me thinking about how people "come out of the woodwork" or shall I say hibernation from winter. We can be super gung ho and let our brains drag our bodies along. That never turns out well!
The beauty of a Hatha yoga practice is there are opportunities to stop and rest. Not like all forms of exercise. The philosophy of rest can be a lost science.
In this week's instalment of Physical Activity QuickPlays, I discuss one way that rest is an essential part of exercise via intermittent exercise.
Check it out!
If you are heading into a new physical activity or exercise routine, give the intermittent workout a try.
I am here to support you on your physical activity journey. Reply to this email if you are needing some support figuring out how intermittent exercise might work for you. I'd be honoured to help!
Stay well and happy moving,
Oh - one more thing…
I am hosting a free 60 minute workshop later this month. I'd love for you to join me! Here are the details below.
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