Has anyone else hit their peak Marie Kondo? Our spaces have been cleared (maybe) and now Phase Two is redecorating (I’ve decided). Create an oasis in your home to inspire a little movement and lots of relaxation. Use it as a place to disconnect, meditate, practice yoga or whatever suits you. Check out some tools and props that can transform your bedroom to a zen-room.
This mat is wider than standard yoga variation and gives you some extra wiggle room. Additionally, it’s non-slip and cushioned just enough to protect your knees.
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You can always count on a candle to help you relax. Pick a non-toxic variety. No need to breathe in chemicals in your sanctuary room!
Fill your diffuser with water and a few drops of your favorite essential oil. Essential oils, which are extracted from plants, are linked to a variety of health benefits. Rose, Lavender, Chamomile are all calming options to try.
Oddly enough, too much lounging can lead to back pain and muscle aches. This foam roller is equal parts satisfying and painful.
This tool, odd as it may look, is the perfect at-home massage assistant to help get blood flowing. It is said to help detox the body while smoothing and hydrating the skin. Try using this paddle with your favorite oil or purchase the full kit which includes a jojoba oil and body cream.
It’s always good to have a Slip scrunchie nearby to throw your hair up comfortably and without damage.
Plants help purify air and can help create a grounding ambiance. Check out a full range of house plants that don’t need light to thrive.
Opt for non-plastic reusable water bottles. Add some fruit or lemon to your water to make it more appealing.