Stress and tension can get to all of us sometimes… we’ve all lived through a bad day, week, or month. It’s easy to get overwhelmed and here at Spa Week Media we make sure to take breaks and take time for ourselves. There are hundreds of ways to unwind and relax, but today we’re focusing on the big four: yoga, pilates, meditation, and breathwork. All four methods can help you to relax and relieve stress. We’re here to help you figure out what might work best for you!

 

Yoga

yoga

What It Is: Yoga is a type of exercise where you move your body into particular positions and stretches. Yoga helps you become more flexible, strengthen your muscles, improve your breathing, and relax your mind and spirit.

Who It’s Best For: Yoga is a great option for anyone who likes to exercise and relax at the same time. It’s also a spiritual activity and can be performed at many difficulty levels, so it’s something that can work for anyone!

 

Meditation

meditation

What It Is: Meditation means deeply focusing your mind on one thing. Today, there are a lot of apps and websites that will guide you through meditation. These guided meditations include instructions to help you focus on specific things like parts of your body or the way you’re breathing.

Who It’s Best For: Meditation can help anyone who wants to improve their focus. It’s also perfect for people who enjoy silence and like to spend time deep in thought.

 

Breathwork
breathwork

What It Is: Breathwork may be the least well-known of the big four, but it’s quickly picking up popularity. It means controlled breathing and being aware of each breath you take. Breathwork can be done for one minute or even 30 seconds, and you’ll feel therapeutic results instantly. It’s the quickest way to take a break in your busy day.

Who It’s Best For: Perfect for anyone who lives a busy life, breathwork is a way to squeeze relaxation into a jam-packed day.

 

Pilates

pilates

What It Is: Pilates is a group of exercises meant to improve strength, flexibility, and posture, in addition enhance mental awareness. Pilates is similar to yoga, but focuses specifically on muscle tone and strength.

Who It’s Best For: Pilates is another wonderful option for those who love exercise, and especially those who are looking to improve their muscle strength and tone while they look for a way to take time for themselves during the day.

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