I think stretching is like saying, "Thank you" to your body for being there for you. So I think that's one way to stay motivated. It is an act of gratitude to stretch not to mention how good it feels to find those tense places and get rid of those places that have stuck energy. It is so quickl and easy. You don't have to make it hard. Just focus on where you body could use just a little movement. You'll automatically know where! It becomes joyful to know that you are in touch with your body in this way, it will just become automatic and authentic.
Tell yourself it's easy, not hot, not sweaty. You'll find bending to pick up things much easier after three or four days.
- What time do you think it is best to do your stretches? In the morning , afternoon, or night?
- I would like to know how to have long term results after stretching my back muscles
- What’s your fave Stretch x
- What is the best time of the day to do yoga?
- What kind of stretch do you usually do? I need some ideas, please.
- Do you follow a stretching routine or make it up as you go? When do you stretch?
- Is it good to do the same things every day or should change exercises?
- Do you stretch after exercise ?
- What is the difference between streching and yoga. Many moves are similar
- Do you do this every day or do you miss some days? If you miss a day, how do you motivate to get in the routine again?