Matcha Green Tea + Yoga: This 5-Minute Morning Routine Can Improve Your Entire Day! Exercise

Matcha Green Tea + Yoga: This 5-Minute Morning Routine Can Improve Your Entire Day! Exercise


We are here with Lau Lanes yoga instructor
in Cancun, Mexico to talk about what simple routine everyone can do in their mornings. We recommend using this combination of Matcha
& Yoga every morning to really awaken your body and kick-start your energy for the day. During my interview with Lau, she asked me
how I would recommend to use Matcha specifically before yoga. For this routine it is going to be about the
potency of the Matcha. You are going to want to use more Matcha than
a standard serving depending on what you personally can handle. This potency is going to have a more concentrated
amount of the L-Theanine, Caffeine, and Chlorophyll. So for more information on how to make Thick
Matcha check our YouTube Channel as we have instructional videos there. Next, we are going to go to the beach and
Lau is going to take us through this simple routine called “Sun Salutations” and one-by-one
show us how we can do it. She recommend doing this routine anywhere
between 3-5 times after you have had your cup of Matcha. Lau: Sun Salutations is a moving meditation. You have to combine the movement with you
breath. First, you have to stand at the front of your
yoga mat. This is called “Tadasana” or the Mountain
Pose. Inhale raise your hands up to the sky to “Urdhva
Hastasana”. Then on your exhale go to a forward fold pose
or or “Uttanasana”. Slightly bend your knees and touch the floor
with your hands. Take a deep inhale to a hallway lift or “Ardha
Uttanasana” and push the crown of your head forward to actively lengthen your spine. Then place your hands on the mat and step
back into a plank pose or high plank. Exhale, lower down slowly, Chatranga. On your inhale, release the tops of the feet
drop the knees and the thighs down, let your hips sink into the mat and lift yourself into
a baby cobra pose or “Bhujangasana”. Exhale go straight to downward facing dog
or a “Mukha Svanasana”. The most important part of this pose is to
make space on your spine by having a flat and activated back. Hands push down and forward, shoulders
away from ears, chest open but ribs are closed in order to engage your core. Hips move up and back and you can slightly
bend your knees once again to make it easier for the back of your legs. Take a few breaths here. Walk or jump between your hands. Inhale, halfway lift, exhale fold, and inhale
arms all the way up. Exhale, hands to the heart center.

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