Agnes' own self-care practice

My own practice includes yoga, and because of family life and limited time, I'm not in a position to practice at a studio. So, right now, I practice for shorter amounts of time more often rather than attending one long class once a week. When my two children are at pre-school, it's easy for me to practice at home, but on weekends they're usually climbing all over my back while in the downward-facing dog. But even if toys are being thrown around or the children start screaming or pressing on the keyboard in the middle of my YouTube yoga tutorial, I still see that time as necessary. As a result, I notice that when I follow through on my practice, it is easier to show up for myself again next time.

About Agnes Branny

Agnes has worked as a private life coach and project manager for many years in both Scotland and Sweden. She has a master's in the psychology of individual differences and is a certified counselor.

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