FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — 2020 proved to be a tough year for most Americans across the board, and 2021 seems like it's following in its footsteps.
Miles explains, “As a mom, wife, and entrepreneur and all the other hats I wear, it’s all here. So if I’m not aligned within, everything will be thrown off but if I’m practicing wholeness inside, everything else just falls into place.”
Miles says putting yourself first allows you to better help others.
She says, “At the end of the day if we cannot make our own selves better, we cannot make anything better.”
Fusion Yoga owner, Meg Heminger says no matter what may be going on around you, put aside just a few minutes a day to be active.
Heminger says, “Whether it’s through your breath-work, or movement or even coming to this hot room and sweating in a 103-degree room like this. Whatever it is, we need to work within ourselves.”
Heminger adds that just doing that, will improve your sleep.
She says, “Just giving yourself 5 to 10 minutes of stillness can really help eliminate anxiety and help with sleep.”
Miles says the final step to improving your life is being consistent with your routine.
She mentors the women at her gym and pushes them to stay on a well-balanced diet and schedule.
Miles adds, “If I have a routine that I develop, then I can fine-tune it through life. You find out what works and what doesn’t.”
Member of TruFit Chloe Pierce says her overall wellness has benefitted from working out.
Pierce says, “Sometimes, we’ll take a break from the workout and just talk about life lessons and how it all impacts our spiritual lives.”
With over 65 classes and child watch available, Fusion Yoga is accepting new clients.
TruFit is also offering child-watch and one-on-one training and has an app for those who would like an accountability partner.