It’s easier than ever to get lost in the day-to-day activities and stresses of the external world. Work, relationships, errands — our focus is almost always on anything and anyone but ourselves.

That’s why reconnecting with yourself is just something you must do. It gives you a chance to celebrate your gifts and understand what really drives your breath, mind, and body. And when you know this, the more you can show up for others and the more you can add to the world around you.

So here are three uniquely powerful ways to develop an enhanced and deepened connection with your true self.

1) Reconnect with Breath ( foundation of yoga practice )

So many of us go through life disconnected from our inner self, looking for something else (or someone else) to complete us. When we draw our awareness deeper inwards, we begin to feel supported, guided, and at peace. Like any relationship, the one we have with ourself requires time and commitment to build.

We will reconnect with our breath during daily yoga practice.

2) Reconnect with Your Mind ( walking meditation )

It’s a simple and comfortable form of meditation that can be particularly valuable for newcomers or anyone who prefers a more active form of this practice. This nontraditional form of meditation is a major key factor in helping to: connect with the environment, communicate with nature, get to know your body, slow you down, strengthen concentration, increase your awareness of intention, expand everyday mindfulness, and connect to the present moment.

3) Reconnect with Your Body ( connective tissue)

The MELT Method® (MELT®) is a simple self-treatment designed to help you stay healthy, youthful, and active for a lifetime. We will learn a simple self-treatment technique that helps prevent pain, heal injuries, and erase the negative effects of aging and active living.

Using MELT hand and foot treatment balls you can learn how to reduce joint pain and muscle tension. Improve flexibility, balance, posture, and core strength as you reduce everyday aches and pains.