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Hello yogis!

How about using your yoga practice as an inner gauge? A tool that helps you decide how to respond to your current environment.

We can think of our internal environment as physical, emotional and cognitive functioning. The ideal internal environment is when all of these are functioning well and supporting each other.

Our external environment includes all of the outer factors that have an impact on how we're operating in the world.

Yoga practice was developed to help maintain the balance. It helps us to gauge our internal state, recognise the external environment, and respond appropriately.

Now is a good time to use your practice as it was intended!

1. Allow your mindset and practice to shift and adapt. 2. Consistency is best. Regular micro practices are a good way to keep up with how you're coping and restore balance.


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