Working up a sweat is another way to flush out toxins. Do some intense workouts, hit the sauna or try a Bikram Yoga class. If hot yoga is a little too intense for you, room temperature yoga is just as good. According to New York City yoga teacher Witold Fitz-Simon, “In a well-rounded yoga practice, every part of the body is pushed, pulled, twisted, turned and upended” The breathing is also important, Fitz-Simons adds, “Yogic breathing helps clear out carbon dioxide from the lung tissue, stimulates the organs of digestion and can, over time, retrain the diaphragm to move freely.”
Start with baby steps and you’ll have so much more energy you’ll want to keep going!