Sound Yawn: An Organic Morning Practice

February 17, 2017    BY Britt B. Steele

This organic practice is short and sweet, laced with sounds of waking up and allowing the voice to move naturally and primordially through the body. Yawning, sighing, and allowing sounds of release help the body to produces tears, saliva, and synovial fluid, waking you up and preparing you for your yoga practice or for the rest of your day.

Thank you to JadeYoga, the official mat of Yoga International.

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Britt B. Steele
Britt is a thought leader in modern yoga tethered to the ancient teachings, and is the author of Pilgrim: Live Your Yoga Every Single Day. She is a guiding light in the world, dedicated to bringing the powerful and simple teachings of yoga to the forefront of life today. She works with students and teachers alike to discover the hidden depths of the practice and to be a guide in bringing these potent teachings into day to day life. Britt lives with her husband at Deva Daaru YogaFarm, an hour... Read more>>


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