Hike with your community!

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Join Jess and the Be Free Live Fully community for hike on the Billy Goat Trail March 21st @ 10am. We will start at the entrance near Great Falls. See here for park details. If it’s a rain day, we will meet on the following Sunday.

Sign-up form and exact pin-drop will be live here!

Take a solo walk or hike!

Spending time in nature helps to reduce stress and anxiety.

Whatever you call it, forest bathing, eco-therapy, mindfulness in nature, green time or the wilderness cure, humans evolved in the great outdoors, and your brain benefits from a journey back to nature.

Here are 8 compelling reasons to spend time outside, away from screens and beeping, buzzing devices:

  1. Get happy – Hanging out in nature, especially when combined with exercise, may help ease feelings of anxiety, depression and negativity.
  2. Relieve stress – Lower cortisol levels (the body’s stress hormone) translates to better mood and overall health.
  3. Reduce inflammation & improve immune function – Research suggests that people who spend time in nature may have lower levels of inflammation than those who don’t.
  4. Improve sleep & daytime energy – Getting your bootie outside can be physically and mentally rejuvenating.
  5. Support heart health – Getting outdoors often translates to increased exercise, which helps reduce blood pressure and heart rate.
  6. Boost brain function – Research suggests that walking in nature has an added beneficial effect on memory and the ability to focus.
  7. Increase vitamin D – Vitamin D plays an important role in immune system functioning and mood, and also impacts weight, appetite and metabolism.
  8. Breathe easier – If you’re luck enough to live near open, green spaces or in a more rural environment, you’re more likely to get outside for a walk, hike, bike ride or some gardening.

Taken from Yes Health!

Special Inversion and Backbend Intensive with Jess

On January 16 at 2pm ET, join this all levels workshop is geared toward building a foundation in handstand/backbend fundamentals; designed for the complete beginner interested in starting their inversion practice to the most advanced practitioner searching to elevate, refine, or strengthen their practice.

Applying a dynamic methodology; this intensive is both comprehensive and progressive in nature serving to build and develop strength, technique, total body awareness, proper form and alignment, and how to safely practice and fall out of inversions.

▪Headstand, Forearm Handstand, Handstand
▪Wheel/Bridge kick-over 
▪Strength & Flexibility

This intensive will bring out your true potential in both a fun and exciting learning environment! There will be laughs, play, and plenty of memories created in this space!

Go here to register!

Chair yoga with Jess

Jess will guide you through this short sequence of chair yoga. Go here to access it. You can do it right where you are!

You can also download Jess’s PDF to have on your device or print for easy instruction on how to do chair yoga wherever you go! Share far and wide.


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