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5 Teas That Help Boost Your Yoga Practice

August 19, 2018

5 Teas That Help Boost Your Yoga Practice

 

If you’ve been looking for a fun and easy way to boost your yoga practice, look no further! Whether you want to feel more Zen, detox your body, increase your flexibility, or enhance your intuition, there are amazing teas and herbs that can enhance your yoga practice. Here’s our pick of teas to make your poses more powerful!

 

Daily Calm:  One of the most popular benefits that come from practicing yoga is its ability to still and calm the mind. If your practice is geared towards feeling more at peace, this delicious herbal blend does exactly what is says: calm and soothe your nerves. Better yet, Daily Calm is gentle, and you can incorporate it into your daily routine to help you feel calm, all day long. Brew it iced with berries or peaches in the summer, or hot with lemon in the cooler months. Related pose: Lotus Pose (Padmasana)  

 

Detox Chai: This amazing blend incorporates delicious and stimulating herbs from the land where yoga originated! In India, chai is a popular morning drink that is often consumed after a morning yoga routine. Detox Chai has many added benefits beyond regular chai: it’s caffeine free, and has lots of powerful herbs to help you clean your liver, lymph, and kidneys. If you’re looking for a daily blend to help boost your body’s natural detoxification as you move through your flow, this is a wonderful option. Related pose: Downwards Dog (Adho Mukha Svanasana)

 

Related: What Your Mood Says About Your Health- and Vice Versa

 

Lucky Morning Spice: If you’re looking for a strong blend to help you wake up, fight fatigue, and feel energized through your morning yoga routine, Lucky Morning Spice is a great option. A smoky blend of black teas, digestion- and circulation-boosting spices, and anti-inflammatory herbs, this tea is the perfect drink to supercharge your yoga practice. Plus, it smells heavenly! Related pose: Big Toe Pose (Padangusthasana)

  

 

Inflammation Relief: Yoga helps to enhance flexibility and strengthen your muscles and joints. But if you suffer from painful joints or soreness after you exercise, you might be looking for something to soothe your aches and pains. Our herbal blend, Inflammation Relief, is a caffeine-free tea that promotes powerful relief of inflammatory conditions. With this tea, you can more easily move through your yoga routine and try new, more challenging poses with ease. Related pose: Warrior II (Virabhadrasana II)

 

Happy Place: One of the happiest benefits of yoga is (you guessed it) happiness! If your practice is geared towards uplifting your mood, try boosting it with our top-selling tea, Happy Place. This decaf herbal blend helps to rebalance the gut, soothe inflammation, and uplift your mood and spirit. Its beautiful yellow color and wonderful aroma is both uplifting and soothing. Try it iced with mango in the morning (or in a smoothie), or hot with a touch of your favorite sweetener. Related pose: Upward-Facing Dog (Urdha Mukha Shavanasana)

 

We hope you’ll try these teas out- and we’re confident that they will supercharge your yoga practice! And, as always, we love to hear about your experiences, so comment below or send us a message! We wish you have an amazing, uplifting, and health-boosting yoga practice!




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