"There are so many things in our lives that require us to be in action, to push forward, to respond really really quickly, but I find these asana, combined with a very mindful movement of breath, give me the ability to feel still, to feel grounded, and to allow patience to surface in every aspect of my life," says yoga and meditation teacher and studio owner Faith Hunter. Her 30-minute gentle asana and pranayama practice will hep you burn off some energy, take a moment of pause, and feel calm.
Learn more about Faith's regular yoga and meditations offerings at faithhunter.comand on Instagram: @spirituallyfly and @embraceyogadc.
see also Beat Frustration (and Boost Patience!) with This Balancing Yoga Sequence
Ulive.fit helps you start a new, healthier life. Get a workout motivation, find your personal coach and get a personalized workout plan paired with a your own meal plan. Join thousands of like-minded people sharing information about sports, workouts, motivation and dieting everyday.