10 Benefits of Rebounding in the Bedroom

10 Reasons to Rebound in the Bedroom

It was after my first major breakup that I discovered the power of rebounding. Ha! It’s not what you think. I’m not here to give relationship advice (not today at least); rather, I’m here to teach you about the power of jumping on a mini-trampoline (aka rebounding)! This great form of aerobic exercise can even be done in the convenience and privacy of your own bedroom 🙂

I’m all about you finding an exercise regimen that you consider fun. Whether it be yoga, barre, dance, zumba, pilates, etc., I am a firm believer that you can find a way to move your body in such a way that you forget that you’re “working out”. One of these fun methods that I’ve used for the last few years has been rebounding.

At some point in your life, chances are that you’ve jumped on a trampoline. You probably had fun, but did you realize the health benefits that you were tapping into as you bounced up and down?! Among other things, you were…

  1. Stimulating and improving your lymphatic and immune systems
  2. Increasing muscle tone throughout your entire body
  3. Improving your posture, balance, and coordination
  4. Increasing your bone mass
  5. Protecting your joints
  6. Helping improve your digestion and…
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Five More Pranayama (Breathing) Exercises!

Breathe Deeply
Quotes
  • “Whenever I feel blue, I start breathing again.” ~ L. Frank Baum
  • “Smile, breathe and go slowly.” ~ Thich Nhat Hanh
  • “That breath you just took… that’s a gift.” ~ Rob Bell
  • “Inhale, and God approaches you. Hold the inhalation, and God remains with you. Exhale, and you approach God. Hold the exhalation, and surrender to God.” ~ Krishnamacharya
  • “When the breath wanders the mind also is unsteady. But when the breath is calmed the mind too will be still, and the yogi achieves long life. Therefore, one should learn to control the breath.” ~ Hatha Yoga Pradipika
Five More Pranayama/Breathing Exercises!
To my great delight, y’all loved last week’s newsletter, where I introduced my five favorite pranayama (breathing) exercises! As a result, I wanted to share five more with you this week 🙂 May they be of benefit!
  1. Square Breathing: When most people think of breathing, they think of inhaling and exhaling. What they don’t realize is that there are two…
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My Top 5 Favorite Pranayama (Breathing) Exercises

  • “As long as you’re breathing, there’s more right with you than wrong with you.” ~ Jon Kabat-Zinn
  • “If I had to limit my advice on healthier living to just one tip, it would be to learn to breathe correctly.” ~ Dr. Andrew Weil
  • “Many healings of other physical troubles have occurred in my clients after they started to integrate breathing practices into their lives. There is a simple but encompassing reason that may explain this. The human body is designed to discharge 70% of its toxins through breathing. Only a small percentage of toxins are discharged through sweat, defecation, and urination. If your breathing is not operating at peak efficiency, you are not ridding yourself of toxins properly.” ~ Dr. Gay Hendricks

My Top 5 Favorite Pranayama Breathing Exercises

I want to introduce you to a few breathing exercises that require no money, no equipment, no travel, no practitioner, no special talent, and very little time to perform. Research has proven that these exercises are beneficial in combatting stress, anxiety, and depression. Some of the exercises will relax you, and others…

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18 Ways Yoga Changed My Life

The term “yoga” is a Sanskrit word that means “union” or “to join”. This refers to the union of body, mind, and spirit (pretty holistic, right?). Yoga is a 5,000 year old system that analyzes everything from conduct and philosophy to breath and meditation. Though most Westerners turn to yoga for relaxation and its other health benefits, the ultimate aim of yoga is something much bigger. Through the process of purifying our thoughts and actions, yoga gives us a clear path to attain bliss, peace, and self-realization. This practice is very near and dear to me because it’s radically transformed my life from the inside out.

18 Ways Yoga Changed My Life
Among other things, yoga has helped me to decrease stress and anxiety, increase my range of motion, boost my immune system, improve my posture, heal injuries, and learn how to really concentrate. After five years of practicing yoga, you might imagine that I have developed more strength, flexibility, and balance as a result. And I have, but in more holistic ways than you…

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Why You Need to Tongue Scrape: The Reason You’ve Never Heard

Today’s self-care exercise will require:

  • 1 stainless steel tongue scraper ($5-10 at Whole Foods or on Amazon)
This practice will benefit you:
  • Physically

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Last week I introduced you to the importance of our oral health

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