Rest

“Caring for your body, mind, and spirit is your greatest and grandest responsibility. It’s about listening to the needs of your soul and then honoring them.” — Kristi Ling

Are you someone who wakes up feeling just as tired as you did when you went to bed? Whether or not we feel rested in the morning is influenced by so many factors starting the moment we wake up. When you engage in restful activity, you’re doing something that feeds your soul and soothes your mind and body. Rest is not merely sleep, but the ways in which we receive and restore. Are you able to receive as much as you give?

In this step you will:

  • Gain simple techniques to design your own sleep routine setting you up to feel rested the next day, such as alternate nostril breathing
  • Understand how stress affects weight and weight gain
  • Prioritize your self-care and the ways in which you feel rejuvenated
  • Consider what can be eliminated or delegated from your to-do-list
  • Learn how to create healthy boundaries and why self-care isn’t selfish, but self-less

Tools you’ll receive:

Self-Care Tools, tips for sleep hygiene, including yoga nidra guided meditation, and a template for organizing and prioritizing time