Health & Wellness Tip Of The Day

By on December 5, 2012

Waking from sleep should be gradual transition.  Try slowly just moving toes and fingers in bed before getting up.  Drinking an 8oz glass of room temperature water is a nice way to stimulate the inner body.  Follow general hygiene (brushing teeth, shower etc) with a few simple warm up activities like cat and cow, Roll ups & downs from standing, a gentle side bend seated in a chair.  You may be surprised how much your body had been craving movement and the after effects that energize your mind.

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Natalya Sebastian

About Natalya Sebastian

Natalya is a fitness and health devotee with her hand on the pulse of what's innovating in Toronto's fitness community. She's been teaching Pilates and Yoga for over a decade, is a former professional contemporary dancer, freelance writer, Mother and lover of life. Notable fitness career highlights include working with Athletes, guest appearances on ET Canada, contributions to Canadian Living, Tonic Magazine and leading Pilates and Yoga classes all over the GTA. What can you expect from her biweekly column? An educated fitness professional's scoop on any given workout. Catch Natalya reviewing everything from a rock climbing gym to a Jiu-jitsu class, spinning, parkour, barre classes, yoga for the hardcore, yoga for the newbies and so much more. Have a fitness question? Need information on a workout method, style or training? Email Natalya at: info@pilatesbodyworkout.com or visit her website at http://www.pilatesbodyworkout.com & sister-site: http://www.pilatesmommyworkout.com

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