Janet Stone's Yoga Tips for Staying Rested as a Mom

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As a mom, the most important aspect of being able to stay strong, physically and emotionally, is not crunches (although this course will help you reclaim your body, too). It’s simply rest. Below is an exclusive restorative asana tip for calming your nervous system before bedtime or naptime.

You can do this alone or with your kiddos(s) next to you. The vital challenge is to pause and take a break from feeling that you have to participate, no matter how exhausted you are.

Grab a bolster or pillow and let yourself go in this soothing restorative pose.

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