October is Brave Boundaries months!

Challenging your comfort zone must be in your life’s toolbox. To learn more, hop on my free

Brave Boundaries mini-course: 

https://manuela-5d03.mykajabi.com/offers/nEy2zVhB

When was the last time you stood on one leg? Unless you’re a yogi or a 🦩,

I’m guessing it was a long time ago. I invite you to go for it! 

Make it a habit while or after brushing your teeth! 

The benefits are many:

  • it challenges your brain.
  • helps your balance.
  • lets you step out of your comfort zone, which in turn will give you great practice.
  • to set Brave Boundaries!

 Hop on a

🌴 Tiny Islands – Embrace the Wobble!

👉 Stand on one leg and try one or all

  • Count to three-four-five-six…
  • Take one, two, or three deep breaths. 
  • Recite a poem or sing.
  • Say the alphabet or your name backward.
  • Repeat on the other side

 👉  If it wobbles, wonderful! Your brain is performing a remarkable amount of coordination.

👉 Embrace the wobble and try with your eyes closed! If you can reach 10 seconds with your eyes closed – thumbs up!

👉 Be brave and do this in public! Like standing in line in the grocery store. Who cares? If at all, you’ll inspire others to try too!

🌴 Tip: If this is hard for you, put one hand on a chair or wall. If you start with one second, keep going and celebrate every second you gain!

Fact: We lose balance and coordination as we get older. The organ of balance sits inside your inner ear. As you age, the amount of blood flow you get into your inner ear decreases. The trick is to embrace the wobble and stand on one leg. Your brain gets the signals, blood flow increases to help you overcome this decline.

See you next week!

Much love always,

Manuela 🌴✨🐘

P.S. 🌴 Tiny Islands are mini-retreats during your day when caring for your body, mind, and soul is your priority. When you pause and remember, your life is of value. It builds the foundation for lasting happiness and healing!

Get your free, most loved 11 Tiny Islands E-book here:

https://manuela-5d03.mykajabi.com/11-most-loved-tiny-islands