The theme for the wrap-up this week is staying happy and healthy during the rest of the holiday season. I’ve gathered some great resources for you!
Yoga for the holidays
MindBodyGreen outlines 16 yoga poses for a happy holiday season. My favorite is snow plow!
My favorite yogi, Kristin McGee, shares holiday de-stressing yoga poses on Bliss.com.
“I always say the best present you can give is your own presence.” ~Kristin McGee
Putting the HAPPY back into the holidays
This audio workshop from Katie Dalebout, mayor of The Wellness Wonderland, is fantastic. She teaches one of my favorite Kundalini meditations, Ego Eradicator, provides great strategies for finding the happy, and includes a useful handout.
The three holiday F’s – Family, Friends and Food
My amazing health coach, Robyn Youkilis, shares her “sur-thrival guide” for navigating the holidays with ease. The biggest takeaway for me is the notion of saying no to all of the holiday food.
It’s OK to say no thank you. You don’t have to try everything. Your friends and family will understand that you don’t want to try every single item on the holiday menu. And if they don’t understand, that’s OK too. Do what feels right. ~Robyn Youkilis
Stocking stuffers for the wellness warrior in your life
Are you a member of the Christmas Eve shopping club? Here are five last minute healthy stocking stuffer ideas.
3 tips for a happier holiday
Of course, Gabrielle Bernstein put out a great vlog this week about keeping the peace this holiday season.