When situations become tense or stressful, remembering to breathe is usually the last thing on anyone’s mind. It’s ironic, then, that this is one of the best tools to help both the body and mind reset, calming the senses and taking us out of fight or flight response.
Agatha and Dr. Greene sit down to chat with health and wellness enthusiast Hilaria Baldwin. A mother, yoga instructor and co-host of the Mom Brain podcast, Hilaria shares some of the practices that keep her family feeling grounded at home, even getting the littlest members involved in yoga! Incorporating breathwork and a healthy dose of gratitude, Hilaria illustrates simple customs that can calm even the most rambunctious kids (and parents!).
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“You have this fear when you’re putting [children] to bed that you’re letting them down...but if you make it into a good experience, a beautiful experience, then they can understand that this is good for them.” [05:41]
“It’s interesting to see how little we need to actually survive.” [12:21]
“It’s gratitude that’s getting us through every single day.” [15:31]
Sleep as a means of mental and emotional grounding, as well as support to the nervous and immune systems. [08:04]
Gratitude as a regular practice. [14:27]
The power of breath in shifting moments of anxiety or panic. [17:57]
Nutritional pointers. [27:10]
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