BODY POSITIVITY + WORDS OF AFFIRMATION

 

Be the best version of yourself!

This week at the Rec Center we are celebrating everyBODY! I made a pact to celebrate my body by eating healthy and getting lots of exercise. When I was little I made a promise to myself to never brake a promise to myself... haha!! So here I am ready and I want you to join me! Use #CEBW to share your goals!

More below (:

We have a positive body image when we have a realistic perception of our bodies AND we enjoy them just as they are. Positive body image involves understanding that healthy attractive bodies come in many shapes and sizes, and that physical appearance says very little about our character or value as a person. Healthy body image means that our assessment of our bodies is kept separate from our sense of self-esteem, and it ensures that we don’t spend an unreasonable amount of time worrying about food, weight and calories.

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TIPS FOR BODY POSITIVITY

Beauty is not skin deep

Recognize that beauty is a state of mind, not a state of your body.

Surround yourself with positive people

Always! The people you surround yourself with have a direct impact on how you feel about yourself. Find people who take you as you are, have fun and support you.

You are a whole person

Your body is so much greater than the sum of its parts.

Examine your expectations

Are expectations and genetics consistent? Individualizing your goals is most and important. This is what will end up giving you the most satisfaction in your progress.

CELEBRATE your body

Dance, run, jump, play, laugh, smile and breathe!

Do nice things for yourself

Buy a new outfit or pamper yourself and relax.

Accept flaws

No one is perfect!

 Be Kind

To yourself, and everyone else.

WORDS OF AFFIRMATION

**repeat after me

I am loved

I am whole

I am balanced

I am capable of my dreams

I am in charge of how I feel

I am my own super hero

Now never forget it ❤️

Much love yogis and don’t forget to connect with us on social!

xx Meg

(Collab Credit: UA Campus Rec)