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Being In Tune
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Being In Tune

Relax your neck and shoulders and tap into the divine.

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- [Rehl Clarke, Yoga Instructor] - Hey guys. The best way to be more in tune with ourself and God is to be relaxed. So we're gonna take some stress off of our neck and shoulders in this quick five-minute workout. I want you to come into a comfortable seated position. If you are on your lunch break, if you're at your desk at work, on the bus, at home, you can find a place to sit down. And we're just going to do really subtle neck and head movements here to take some stress off of our shoulders. I want you to close your eyes and take three deep inhales and exhales, inhaling through our nose and exhaling through our mouth. Begin by taking our shoulders, and we're gonna move them in a couple of circles forward and back. Lifting our shoulders to our ears, letting them fall in front of us and circling back. Moving the opposite way. Just getting some nice, just getting some nice movements here as we start this exercise. Finding stillness, we are going to let our head fall to our right shoulder, gently placing our right ear over our right shoulder. Really focusing on our breathing, inhaling through our nose, exhaling through our mouth or our nose, whatever you prefer. Keeping our head tilted to the right, we're gonna slowly take our gaze down to our shoulder. Taking our gaze up to the sky. And having our head fall naturally to the right, circling our head all the way around, bringing our eyes up towards the sky, lifting our chin and falling forward. Our forehead is facing the ground. Super slow movements here. We're gonna go counterclockwise and clockwise. Feeling in tune with ourself and our breath, taking any stress that we may have off of our neck and our shoulders, to be more connected with ourself. Finding stillness, we are going to let our head fall to the left this time, having our left ear hover over our left shoulder. Taking our gaze down, looking at our left shoulder. And inhale, taking our gaze all the way up to the sky. Coming back to that natural way that your head falls to the left, we're gonna circle one more time, all the way around. Meaning, so our face is facing up towards the sky, and we're gonna shake our head yes and shake our head no a couple times very slowly here. Lifting our chin and our mouth up to the sky, and letting our head and eyebrows and chin fall heavy down towards our chest and the ground. Finding stillness, we're going to then take our right hand, gently placing it on top of our left ear and slowly pulling our head down to our right shoulder. Releasing that, switching to the opposite side. Our right, our left arm is going to grab our right ear. And gently pulling that down. And coming back to center. Tilting our head yes one last time. Tilting our head no. Finding stillness, we're gonna inhale our arms all the way up to the sky. Exhale, bring your hands heart to center. Thank you so much for taking these quick minutes to relax yourself, to become more in tune with your surroundings and your higher power. Namaste.

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