Thank you everyone for participating in Well-Being Week!! We had such a great time this week, but if you missed it or want to go back, check out the highlights of the week:
To end the week, I invite my fellow AthletaWell Guides to comment below tips on how they return to center after a busy season. We want to make sure we ground ourselves in ways that make us feel the best.
My tip is:
Travel is a major form of wellness for me. There is something humbling about exploring new places and it always makes me feel energized and brought back to life. Whether it's a day trip outside of the city or a full on vacation it always makes me feel full and centered.
Time spent with friends is super grounding for me. The real and honest conversations about the hard stuff as well as the full belly laughs.
After everything you learned this week, comment below how you return to center? Did you take away any learnings from this week that will help you ground yourself? Share with the community!
Oh, and be on the look out from a post from @ AthletaWellTeam when they announce the winners of the giveaways this afternoon!
After a busy time… Or taking time off due to an event like the holidays…
My top 3 tips are:
Happy Fri!!! Although today is technically the last day of Well-Being Week, we hope it’s sparked the beginning of a well-being YEAR!
Here are my two top tips for returning to center and staying grounded 🤍🤍🤍
1. Returning to center means returning to my core self. It means identifying all the places my energy is spread and, even if only for five minutes, sitting quietly so that I can choose where to give my attention. attention and energy are like water—the more places we are torn between, the weaker our energy.
2. Often you will hear yoga and meditation teachers talking about the breath as our most powerful tool, but personally, grounding has felt even more potent at times. There’s some thing very comforting about simply feeling into the floor beneath you and the reminder that while we have so many responsibilities and everything seems to be moving so quickly, that there is an anchor point for us to return to our present.