Easy Stretches To Relieve Stress for Mental & Physical Health.

Easy Stretches To Relieve Stress for Mental & Physical Health.

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Hi friends!

Feeling tight, tense, anxious, heavy, negative, or stressed? Press play on this quick stress relief stretch routine exercise video and feel better fast.

Life moves fast and you feel like you are always running to keep up. The to-do list is endless and the emails never stop. You mind is always racing back and forth, did I check everything off of my list? The fight-or-flight mode lifestyle has become your normal. Deep breaths? Stretching? Who has time for that really?

You do. And in-fact, taking a couple minutes for a few easy stretches will help you keep up with your non-stop schedule.

Not pausing to practice self care will catch up with you. It always does and often comes in a headache, illness, injury, or random meltdown in the office breakroom. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Life isn’t a marathon where you just keep running until you break. It actually can be a series of sprints where you work hard with great focus and then take time to recover for your next burst. This video of total body stretches is the perfect quick fix when you feel overworked. It will help you ease tight muscles, maintain your sanity, and ground yourself so that you can tackle whatever challenges life hands you next. I know it might feel like you don’t have time, but trust me you do. And taking time to do a few easy stretches now will actually give you more time later. Trust me on this – you will move faster in life if you create space for yourself.

These easy stretches are perfect to use when you are:

Training hard. Getting ready for a race or just hitting it hard in the gym? Balance all your high intensity workouts proper recovery and stretching.
Traveling. Dealing with the physical and mental stress of jet lag, hotels, and getting from point A to B makes your body cranky. Use these easy stretches in your hotel room to calm yourself down from the stress of traveling.
Under pressure. When work is intense, you are getting ready for a big event, or feeling anxious about performing your best, you can use these easy stretches to ground yourself so that you can be fully focused.
Feeling upset, depressed, negative, or heavy.
Frazzled. A fight with a loved one, traffic, or any life event that makes you feel nervous or on edge.
Stuck with a headache, backache, or ANY ache.
In this routine you will do the following easy stretches:

Cat/cow
Twisted child’s pose
Puppy pose
Laying quad stretch
Seated twist
Hip opening stretch
Spine twist
Knees to chest
and more! As always, please check with your doctor before starting this or any exercise routine. Honor your body, move mindfully, and do what YOU need to feel your best.

Next time you feel overwhelmed with stress, try these easy stretches and tell me yourself. If your mental and physical energy is better after, I’d say this self care stuff works 😉

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24 Comments

  1. I’ve been so stressed with school & just over thinking in general. My sister recommended I do yoga each morning before heading out to teach my little children, & that’s what I did of course my mind is still sort of racing but my body feels so calm & relaxed thank you for this video I’ll be coming back for more ❤️

  2. Still completing these stretches every day and have released so much stress in my muscles. My arms would not touch the floor as first on the leg stretches towards the end, and now the chest is stretched out the are touching. My sports masseur has even commented on how my chest has released tension. The best routine I have discovered. Thank you!

  3. Have tried many stretch videos as I sit at my desk all day. But this one got me cracking and stretching. I think this is the one I’ll stick with. Really gets the stress out, and I carry the world on my shoulders. Thanks so much!

  4. Thank you. Used this video to recover from a long, all day drive to stretch out and relieve stress. It was just what I needed.

  5. Life has been taking a toll on me. The daily anxiety, stress & overall pressure of maintains compsure. This workout allowed me to be mindful, present & at ease. I also feel spatial and flexible in my movements. Thank you for your time and being a mirror of great energy.

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