Well-being is for everyone. Yes, that means you too.

Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt personally victimized by the wellness industry. Great, that makes two of us.


I made Reconnect: 8 weeks of physical exploration as an antidote to the constant stream of messaging that tells us we’re not good enough. The modern wellness industry has evolved into a machine of consumerism and aspiration—as if well-being is a privilege reserved only for those with deep pockets.


It creates this pressure to have the perfect morning routine, the perfect diet, the perfect body. And according to them, you do that by buying all of the fat-burning teas, waist trainers, saunas, expensive gym memberships, etc. The list is endless.


There’s a comparison trap if I ever saw one.


Now, let me be clear. Wanting to improve your well-being isn’t inherently wrong. The problem lies in the why of it all. Why do you work out? Why do you eat the way you do?


If the answer is because you feel you need to look a certain way in order to be loved and accepted, well then let me tell you now. No matter what your body looks like, you will constantly be chasing something else. If you feel that your value lies in your physical appearance, satisfaction will always be out of reach.


Believe me, I know. I lived in that place for the majority of my young adult years. And all I want to do is hug that young Adrianna, and tell her that it’s not how she looks or what she does that I love. It’s who she is. And the same goes for you.


What if I told you there’s another way? That there’s a way to want to honor your body because you love it.


Picture this: you want to honor your physical vessel because you want it to match the vitality of your spirit. You want it to align with the truth of who you are. You want to feel at home in your body. You want to feel good.


What’s my mission with this program? To bring you a joyful movement practice that deepens your well of radical self-love.


It’s a shame-free outlook on wanting to improve your well-being without making you feel bad about where you’re at or where you’ve been.


I want you to release the idea that your wellness routine needs to look like anyone else’s. Do what you can with what you have. Start where you are. And remember, that this is entirely yours. Different doesn't mean wrong.


Reconnect offers not only structure and guidance with workouts, but also gives you space to reflect on the intersections of physical, mental, emotion and spiritual well being.

So what’re you waiting for? Get your copy here <3


all my love,

Adrianna

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