Benefits of a Morning Yoga Practice by Melissa McLaughlin
“Let’s face it; waking up is hard to do. Most of us are prone to savor that extra time between the sheets. When eventually rolling out of bed, we ply our bodies to wake with ever increasing doses of caffeine. We’ll rush to get ready, perhaps even skipping breakfast, to take our tired and tight bodies to desks where we may sit for 6, 8, 10 hours. After work, expecting those bodies to move through a yoga flow, a run, or gym workout. We then lay wide-awake in bed at night, wondering why it’s so hard to fall asleep when we’re oh so tired in the morning.” Click here to read more.
Meet Melissa on the Mat every Monday and Thursday at 7am in Petaluma.