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Stretching and Meditation: The Evening Ritual

Stretching and Meditation: The Evening Ritual

The day concludes with a dedicated period for stretching and meditation, often lasting up to four hours.

This routine is not just about physical flexibility but also about

  • mental clarity and
  • Relaxation,
  • Ensuring a balanced end to a demanding day.


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