#WellnessWednesday: Root Chakra


So far this week, we’ve discussed how to bring balance to the root chakra, or muladhara, through meditation and nutrition. Today, we’ll look at physical activities that can bring balance.

Since one of the signs of an imbalanced root chakra is feeling disconnected from the body, exercise plays a key role in healing. Activities like camping, gardening, walking, or hiking that take us outside help us feel more grounded. Yoga or dance, practices that help build body and breath awareness, are also especially beneficial.


Asanas, or yoga poses, that focus on the feet and base of the spine are particularly advantageous when working with the root chakra. Here are few of my favorites:

May you find joy and peace in movement!




About unfold-yoga

Debra is a yoga teacher and practitioner. See class schedules on unfold-yoga.com and follow on Twitter @unfoldyoga and Instagram @debraunfoldyoga.

Posted on July 20, 2016, in Chakras, Muladhara, Nature, Root Chakra. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Muir Woods in Northern California is an awesome place to visit

  2. John Muir was an incredible man

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