I've been practicing yoga for over 14 years and I've been a certified yoga instructor since 2010. In 2018, I took my love of yoga and created Lawyer Yoga with my friend and fellow lawyer Joanna McCracken. Check out our website for more information on our upcoming retreats and online events.
Ever wonder why sometimes you have a hard time focusing? Or why somedays you don't perform as well as other days? Many times a contributing factor is stress and negative brain chatter.
Yoga, pranayama and meditation are tools to keep in touch with your inner stress level and develop positive thoughts and emotions.
Lawyer Yoga is an introductory class specifically designed for busy lawyers. Let us introduce you to various types of yoga, pranayama and meditation techniques and how these tools can help you start to change the way you think and perform. For more information see www.lawyersandyoga.com.
Try to carve out at least 15 minutes each day for a mindful meditation break
Overthinking things is counter productive
Try to be in the moment as much as possible
Set a goal to get at least seven to eight hours of sleep each night
Realize that you won't have the answer for everything at all times
When you perceive you have been wronged—try to observe your emotions before you respond
Unplug for a set period of time each day
Trust that you're on the right path
Keep a gratitude journal