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Grounding
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Grounding

Ground yourself in this five-minute yoga flow.

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- [Rehl Clarke, Yoga Instructor] - Hi guys. We are going to get a lot of grounding and connection to our higher power through this quick five-minute yoga flow. So let's get into it. We're gonna start in a seated position, but we are going to extend our legs out in front of us. We're gonna be working with our feet and our toes today to really feel grounded to the earth. And when we are grounded to the earth, we are more grounded within ourself and we can be grounded to the higher power. We're gonna start by placing our hands on either side of our hips and pointing and flexing our feet, pointing and flexing at the same time and switching, pointing and flexing one foot while the other is doing the opposite. Holding a flex in your feet and holding a point. Two more times, holding that flex and holding that point. We're gonna bring our feet close to us, coming into a butterfly. We're gonna grab the soles of our feet, and we're just gonna rub our foot back and forth. We put a lot of pressure on our feet every single day as we're walking around, giving our feet and our toes some love. This will not only help ground us but release some stress off of them. We're gonna come up onto our toes while on our knees. This is a common yoga pose called Screaming Toes and we're slowly gonna sit down onto our feet. Our hands are gonna be on our knees, and we're gonna just inhale and exhale here as we feel the burn in our feet. This is a really good grounding pose that takes concentration and and mindfulness of our surroundings. Two more breaths and release coming onto all fours and patting out our feet. Coming back into a seated position, that butterfly, we're just gonna give our toes and feet some love again, squeezing them a couple of times. And crossing our legs together. we're gonna inhale our arms up and exhale bringing your hands, heart to center. Thank you so much for feeling more grounded and connected with me today in this short yoga flow. Namaste.

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