Exercise and Fitness
The Tsimane people live in the Bolivian Amazon and spend six to seven hours everyday being physically active because they rely on foraging and horticulture for survival.
In the above video I show you how to do “breath of fire” and I give you a few core poses as well as a secret core tip. But I didn’t describe the movement of the 3rd chakra as well as I could have, so I will elaborate a bit here. The physical movement that’s related to core energy is often referred to as “scooping your tailbone.” It’s official name in the style of yoga I teach is “outer spiral.”
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Since the sacral chakra is the home of the Divine Feminine, and it represents the goddess energy that is badly needed on this planet; doing second chakra poses boosts your fertility, creativity and sensuality.
There are so many ways to vary the intensity and level of difficulty of a push-up – it’s an exercise you can keep in your repertoire more or less indefinitely without hitting a plateau. I personally do 25 pushups twice a day.
The 7th chakra is also known as the crown chakra, this center represents the most rarefied aspect of your energy field. Up here, it’s all about consciousness and spirit, so not surprisingly, the yoga pose related to this area is one of stillness.
The 6th chakra is the home of feminine intuition, that deep knowingness that women have that surpasses — or bypasses, depending on how you feel about it — mere logic.
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Have you been holding off on doing yoga? Perhaps it’s time to make a move. Recent research has found that yoga may have similar positive effects on the body as walking or even biking. Yoga improves heart health, normalizes blood pressure, helps you maintain a healthy weight, increases brain gray matter, and much more.