The physical poses of yoga are known to help with many ailments. There are asanas for a sore back or tight hamstrings. Asanas are the place in which a practitioner sits and the posture in which he or she sits. There are poses to help women alleviate pains while menstruating and even postures that can help you fall asleep at night. But did you know that yoga is also great for digestion?
Right up to the point where you’re ready to start trying for a baby, you’re taught how NOT to get pregnant but your fertility or womb health are never a topic for discussion. You have the fear of God put into you that it only takes one time to become pregnant and it can happen by hugging a man for too long! So you’ve made it to your late 20’s kid free or maybe into your 30’s and all of a sudden, those people who told you not to get pregnant, are now demanding the intimate knowledge of when you’re going to have a baby – remember your clock is ticking.
I was sold on the notion that creating a morning and night time routine was the key to living the energized, joyful and productive life I dreamed about. If a morning ritual would allow me to establish a level of productivity that would extend to the rest of my day, a nighttime ritual would help me disconnect from the world allowing me to fall into a restful slumber.