Is it possible to Align our Body and mind through the simple act of walking?
The answer is, absolutely!?There is great power in walking. In fact, recent studies have shown that just a 22 minute?stroll?a day can boost your overall well-being.
Furthermore, walking reduces anxiety. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise released?results from a national survey of nearly 3,000 women between the ages of 42 and 52, revealing that those that walked as a part of regular physical activity showed fewer signs of depression than women living an inactive lifestyle. The more physical activity that a woman logged, the less likely she was to exhibit symptoms of anxiety. This?suggests that moderate-to-intense levels of exercise can potentially help protect us against mental illness. The survey also shared that 85% of women believe that walking helps to reduce present anxiety and feelings of depression, while two-thirds reported that walking helps get their creative thoughts flowing.
Walking, especially outside, can help to move the stagnant energies in our body and mind. This serves as a great way for us to align us with our true and happiest selves.
Also, walking is a sacred way to ground our mind, through our body.
Even a short stroll is a therapeutic activity and opportunity to release thoughts that may be causing us distress. Simultaneously we relax our minds, move?our bodies, and can?get outside to enjoy?nature at a time that allows us to absorb Vitamin D from the sun’s rays. What a sweet 3 in 1!
Pair this simple yet rewarding physical activity with our Wellness Band ?so?you can experience the overall balancing of your body’s energy!
Walk with Us!
This is the foundation for our own personal daily wellness program. We believe that engaging in health should be simple and fun and would therefore like to invite you to walk with us on a journey of mind, body, and soul wellness.
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