“Healthy striving is self-focused: 'How can I improve?'
Perfectionism is other-focused: 'What will they think?'”
Two years ago, I filmed a class called Fierce and Exuberant Leo the Lion Vinyasa Flow, and, to be honest, it was quite a hit.
So when I realized that the first day of Virgo season fell on a Tuesday, which is when all my new classes come out, I couldn't resist making a Virgo version!
This 30 minute class is designed with Virgo energy in mind, a very analytical, detail oriented energy that grounds down firmly through the earth.
Virgo rules the nervous system and intestines, so we focus on calming postures as well as twists to stimulate the intestines, which is a major point of assimilation in the body. The place where we take from the outside and turn it into something that works within us, something that either nourishes or doesn't, so be careful with what you're consuming!
Have fun playing with this Virgo energy today, and let me know what your astrology sign is so that maybe, just maybe, I can make one just for you!
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“It's not what we do once in a while that shapes our lives. It's what we do consistently.” ― Anthony Robbins
As we begin our alchemization journey through the month of August, I invite you to ponder how much does consistency play a role in your transformation?
I don't mean consistency as in repetition, doing the same thing over and over again, although that could be part of it.
I mean consistency as in the continuously taking steps toward your goals, no matter what setback might occur.
And we all know that setbacks do occur, and often.
So, what role does consistency play in your goals? What does it look like in your life? How does it play out for you?
Think about that, journal about it, share about it, and meditate on it during this second part of the side plank builder series.
This free class is just under 40 minutes long, and continues to build on the postures that we began working on in the last class.
Both of these classes are meant to be practiced multiple times, as you develop your confidence, strength, and balance in these postures.
And remember, what we do on our mat flows into our lives off the mat as well.
We are constantly training and retraining our brains. Each time we succeed on the mat, we train our brains into believing that we can succeed. Each time we try something on the mat and wobble, or fall over, and get back up, we reinforce the belief that we are resilient.
I don't know about you, but I think these are powerful, foundational beliefs that we all need to work on integrating.
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