Grounding Practices • 18-Sep-2020
Patience requires the dual powers of stamina and softening.
In this home practice, we’ll explore and embody both through repetition, which requires stamina, and hip openers that require softening.
We’ll also have some well-timed check-ins on our current patience levels as well.
This fruits of this practice will surely show up in our lives off the mat and what’s more beneficial than that?
You will want either a block or a folded blanket for this practice.
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