4. Incorporate essential oils as part of your practice. I run an essential oil diffuser in our room almost every night and it was a game changer to incorporate it into my yoga practice at home. My favorite combination is Frankincense, Ylang Ylang, and Sweet Orange.
5. Use guided tools like Headspace to learn new techniques to help quiet your mind. It is one of the harder skills to master so it is important to remember it might be a little uncomfortable to sit quietly. Even a few moments of active meditation can be as beneficial as a 20-minute nap!
I hope you can find space in your day (and in your home) to dedicate to being present in the now to feel truly at home in your body.
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