Happiness Break: Tune Into Your Body, with Radha Agrawal
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Happiness isn't only in your head — your body is important, too. This week, Radha Agrawal leads us in a short Japanese calisthenics practice called Radio Taiso.
Check out Radha Agrawal’s video guide to this practice: https://dose.daybreaker.com/videos/microdose-oxytocin-healthy-spine
Today’s Happiness Break guide:
Radha Agrawal is Japanese-Indian author and a founder of Daybreaker, a company that throws sober dance parties at sunrise all around the world.
Learn more about Daybreaker: https://www.daybreaker.com/
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Follow Radha on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/love.radha/
Follow Radha on Twitter: https://twitter.com/radhatwin
Learn more about Radha and her book, Belong: https://belongbook.com/
More resources from The Greater Good Science Center:
Moving Your Body Is Like a Tune-Up for Your Mind: https://tinyurl.com/2f64na8b
Five Surprising Ways Exercise Changes Your Brain: https://tinyurl.com/4pbx3rua
How Tuning In to Your Body Can Make You More Resilient: https://tinyurl.com/328scfjj
Four Ways Dancing Makes You Happier: https://tinyurl.com/yxp6mxdw
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We're living through a mental health crisis. Between the stress, anxiety, depression, loneliness, burnout — we all could use a break to feel better. That's where Happiness Break comes in. In each biweekly podcast episode, instructors guide you through research-backed practices and meditations that you can do in real-time. These relaxing and uplifting practices have been shown in a lab to help you cultivate calm, compassion, connection, mindfulness, and more — what the latest science says will directly support your well-being. All in less than ten minutes. A little break in your day.