Celebrate Your Power with Yoga- 6 Oils to Free your tight Hips!

Celebrate your Power with Yoga

Celebrate Your Power with Yoga

Celebrate your power with yoga and find a new sense of freedom.  We can find this power through yoga and essential oils.  Yoga and Essential Oils can be combined together for some strong emotional and physical benefits. We can celebrate your power with yoga poses paired with essential oils.

When we apply essential oils to skin, diffuse them, or drink them, we are taking the plants natural defense system for our own benefit. Aromatically, essential oils can directly affect the airways. It can affect our moods and emotions, and the aroma can purify the air. When used topically, essential oils can be applied directly to a specific area. When oils are ingested, they can directly support the digestive system and our immune system.

How to Celebrate Your Power with Yoga

Let’s have a powerful yoga experience with essential oils.  Place a few drops of Eucaluptus oil at the top of your yoga mat.  This is the oil of wellness and will support healthy respiratory function. Place a drop of Peppermint oil in a cup to sip on during the yoga practice.  Peppermint is cooling and support healthy, normal digestion.  It fosters joy and offers a reprieve from disappointment. Place Frankincense oil in your hands, breathe it in and rub it on your chest.  This will help with cell regeneration and is a powerful cleanser of spiritual darkness.

Place Frankincense oil on your hands and chest.  This helps with cell regeneration and is a powerful cleanser of spiritual darkness. Move through Cat and Cow and into Child’s Pose.  Place Pasttense Blend at your hairline to assist with relief in migranes and headaches.  This will also help your regain equilibrium during periods of fatigue.  Move into back bends like Salabhasana or Dhanurasana (pictured below.)

Manipura Chakra and Yoga

Feel Freedom with Hip Openers

Celebrate your power with yoga as you open the hips through poses like Pigeon, Mermaid, Half Moon, Virabhadrasana II, and Trikonasana.  Hips hold  the creative energy in our body.   They are also the house of deep emotions.  Long sustained hip opening poses will help to us find Freedom from pent up emotional distress.

Celebrate your Power with Yoga

Place Wild Orange oil on your belly.  This may help with muscle soreness and encourages self confidence and positivity.  Continue with hip opening poses to open and release stress and tension.  Gomukhasa will open the outer hips and happy baby will relax the back and open the sacrum to prepare the body for a calm savasana.  Use Roman Chamomile oil on your brown swipe in savasana to help with muscle tension and encourage inner peace.

Celebrate Your Power with Yoga

“And the day came when the risk to remain a tight bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” -Anais Nin

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