Breaking up time in front of the screen typing patient reports has improved my overall productivity. I even stretch out my legs along the counters of the kitchen while making coffee. I squat and do kick backs walking through the house. 3 of my goals are not being so “shaky”, “breathing”, “flowing” with more ease and get these hamstrings loose. Hips are good (yeahhhh), spine is fair in movement, shoulders move well, and I can operate from that tap known as “stupid” strength I’ve carried around in my life as people call it. But I can say adding inversions, buti yoga, easy flow yoga here and there, and even power flo yoga is decreasing anxiety, decreasing muscles soreness in a pain way. Like the built up Shit from working, families, businesses, mom boss Shit, PHD program entry on integrative medicine, basically life...my gym (weight workout) and this type of movement is decreasing all types of built up energetic and stress crap I take on (always a work in progress here. Damn empaths). But my body feels better than it has in almost 2 years. Aka: leave it on the mat, leave it at the gym, leave it in the therapist office, get out of the shower fresh and new as all negative juju went down the drain.....Some compartmentalizations are not bad if they are creating positive movement forward. Anyway, wool socks, mountain pants, and a RB volleyball shirt and glasses. Some outfit. Every little bit of movement works. Right?! ok. Back to the being a therapist 💛🌿🤪🤗 #athletesunfiltered #volleyballgirls #yogapractice #juststart #flowfriday @shelbypiercefit @che_yoga and TFFC for use of the gym for weights and volleyball.