Relaxation Hack: A Quick Exercise To Ease Your Body And Mind



Often, we don’t know how tense or tight we are until we relax. 

Listen to the sound of your voice–is it grounded in your body or more high pitched?

Notice your breath, is it shallow or fast? 

Any tension in your neck or shoulders?

Open and close your mouth, jaw tight? 

It’s amazing the tension with which we can unknowingly live. 

Take a deep breath. 

This is a great start.

Now, try the exercise in the video below, and notice if…

You are able to take a bigger, more expansive breath.

See if your muscles release.

Life is just harder when we carry around stress and tension.  

What if it all could feel easier? It can start with this exercise.

If you’d like a PDF of these exercises, you can download it here!

Much ease and grace,


8 Replies to “Relaxation Hack: A Quick Exercise To Ease Your Body And Mind”

  1. So grateful for you and hope your stress eases after you move and you find a whole new space of expansion.

    1. Lara Riggio says: Reply

      Grateful for you and thank you so much 🙂

      1. Deborah Pennington says: Reply

        I carry my stress in my neck and shoulders. This was incredible and I’ve only done it once! Thank you Lara.

        1. Lara Riggio says: Reply

          Incredible how the simplest things can make the biggest impact! So glad it helped 🙂

  2. Great start for my day!! Thank you, Lara!

    1. Lara Riggio says: Reply

      So glad it helped get your day started on the right foot!

  3. Lovely Lara! I was almost asleep by the time you counted to ten 🙂 ZZzzzzz

    1. Lara Riggio says: Reply

      Hopefully relieved some tension as well 🙂 Thanks for watching!

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lara riggio

Lara Riggio is an Energy Intuitive. Her videos, classes, and sessions have helped tens of thousands discover and heal the mind/body, ancestral, and past life blocks which sabotage health and happiness. She is based in New York City, and works out of her Central Park Energy Center in Columbus Circle.