August 25, 2021 at 9:15 am #17373Bailey VincentKeymaster
Last week was weird and lovely at the same time. I was in pain, which was awful (not how someone wants to spend their big “week off”). I was sick- ended up coming down with some sort of bug-fever, and of course worried it’s because I’ve been doing more and being a little too lax around friends without masks, and thus brought it upon myself. And so on and so on.
I hate to complain [pauses to complain], but it was hard to feel sick/hurt for my last week “off” before a huge seasonal kick off of my dance company, teaching commitments, and beyond. That being said, I know you’ve all been there before.
So here is my question for the week, to force some RELAXATION (for me, through you. Please and thanks):
What is your favorite song to play when you need to relax?
What is your favorite place to imagine when you need to relax?
And what is your favorite little-known secret for relaxation?
EXCITING PS: Also, at the risk of looking self absorbed by bragging about a beautiful bit of press: Look at what dropped yesterday! I’m so excited because it makes my complaints here on the forum seem worth it (haha). Representation matters, so I couldn’t help but share with my forum friends! Let me know your thoughts?
August 26, 2021 at 9:45 am #17378Jenny LivingstonKeymaster
I am in tears watching the video you linked to – absolutely beautiful! You have every reason to brag, my friend.
To answer your questions, I don’t have a favorite song or even genre of music when it comes to relaxations. It completely depends on my mood. Sometimes I’ll find and play a variety of meditation music playlists, sometimes I’ll hop in the car and blast pop or rock, and sometimes I dance around my kitchen to 90’s country music (after which, I feel more relaxed). Music does indeed speak to my soul and helps me relax, but I can’t even begin to pinpoint a favorite.
I hope you’ve been able to relax a bit, both body and mind.
August 26, 2021 at 8:13 pm #17384Judy MorelandParticipant
I love John Lennon’s “Imagine” and find it relaxing.
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