Practice guilt: that feeling when days, weeks (even months) go by and, besides your regular class, your hips don’t see the inside of a hip belt.
The thing is, we know that the only way to stay on track with our bellydance dreams is to be consistent with our practice. Today I want to kick our practice guilt to the kerb so it can never haunt us again.
It sounds so easy: “being consistent with your practice”. But the truth is that life gets in the way and we don’t have the time, space, or head-space to whip through even a short practice session on a regular basis at home or on our travels.
This week my aim is to help you see how easy it is to elegantly squeeze even a short, yet effective, practice sesh into your day. I’m giving you a neat lil practice drill (like under 4 mins) that you can do when you have virtually zero time and zip space.
Your assignment, should you choose to accept it, is to do the drill every day for 30 days – it will only take 3 and a half minutes a day! Then see how your legs, arms and hips feel. Good luck!
(if you feel like you want to do it twice a day – that’s cool too!)
This week I hope that I can help you say bye bye to “practice guilt” and hello to your bellydance-ready mind and body.
As usual, I’d love to know what you think so do leave a comment below. And of course I’d be uber appreciative if you were to share this with your BFFs (that’s bellydance friend for life ;))
Thanks for reading, I really do feel lucky to have your attention on my little blog right now.
Hugs and hipdrops,
Pps. Did you catch last week’s post all about how to create a duet that smashes it out of the park? Here it is again.