be.come just got bigger

Yep. It’s here. The much-anticipated, long-awaited, is-it-ready-yet project has finally blossomed. I am proud to announce that the web experience is officially up, running, and stunning. The “Web experience” means you can now access the routines through your internet browser instead of just the app on your phone. This means you can finally enjoy be.come on a BIGGER SCREEN (such

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my body: friend, not foe ll sankhya shares

My beautician has known me for quite some time now. In fact, she was the one who did my make up during my wedding, long before it was compulsory to tag the “make-up artist” on your Facebook and Instagram post and the wedding photographer charged an arm and a leg to give you that picture perfect wedding album. She has

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Source: @bebhaktiyoga

finding solace ll alex shares

It’s taken me about a month to figure out how to truly articulate what be.come means to me. Over the last few years my body has experienced a lot of change. About 1.5 years ago, I changed my method of birth control. I went from taking the “the pill” to an IUD. I had been on “the pill” since high

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my inner being ll caroline shares

Working out has always been that thing that I know I should be doing, but knowing has never been enough to get me doing it consistently. be.come has changed that for me. I feel challenged while encouraged. I feel my higher self pouring love down on me. I don’t be.come in hopes of changing my body, I be.come to feed

...Continued

energized and beautiful ll elyssa shares

I have wanted to write in for some time. And this week was just a catalyst for me. I have been becoming since the very first beta round. I was then working on my obsession with exercise and restrictive eating and it seemed you found me at the perfect time. In the 18ish months I have been be.coming my whole

...Continued

the be.come project ll the zoe report

In the opening scene of the new Hulu series Shrill Aidy Bryant’s character is cornered in a coffee shop by a personal trainer who insists “there’s a small person inside” dying to get out of Bryant. As infuriating as it is, the interaction is actually based off of Bryant’s real life and truly mirrors the day-to-day challenges many people face

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thank you, body ll cheryl shares

I’m Cheryl and a new be.come user. I’m also a mom of two young children which means life can sometimes feel chaotic, loud, messy, silly, and joyful… but I struggle to find peace, stillness, and time to connect to myself. In the past couple years, I’ve used my exercise time as my “me time”. I would banish my kids away

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body neutrality ll bethany shares

You’ve definitely heard the term “body positivity” before, but “body neutrality” may be a new one. The first time I heard the term “body neutral” was from right here at mindbodygreen! I was taking over mbg’s Instagram stories and Ray, mbg’s movement editor, suggested I use the word “neutral” over “positive” in my messaging. My immediate question was, “Why?” Why

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why do you be.come? || clients share

Last week we posed the question – why do you be.come? and here are some of the answers. I be.come… “to see myself for who I really am, not for how the world sees me” “because other workouts have made me feel like my body doesn’t belong” “to kick chronic illness’s ass!” “because I travel a ton for work, and

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new normal || anja shares

Hi be.come + community, I’ve been wanting to share my story for awhile. I joined be.come soon after the beta project launched, and I’ve been hooked ever since. Like so many others I had never been able to stick to an exercise routine for more than a few months. The be.come project was like a breath of fresh air not

...Continued

be.come just got bigger

Yep. It’s here. The much-anticipated, long-awaited, is-it-ready-yet project has finally blossomed. I am proud to announce that the web experience is officially up, running, and stunning. The “Web experience” means you can now access the routines through your internet browser instead of just the app on your phone. This means you can finally enjoy be.come on a BIGGER SCREEN (such

...Continue

my body: friend, not foe ll sankhya shares

My beautician has known me for quite some time now. In fact, she was the one who did my make up during my wedding, long before it was compulsory to tag the “make-up artist” on your Facebook and Instagram post and the wedding photographer charged an arm and a leg to give you that picture perfect wedding album. She has

...Continue
Source: @bebhaktiyoga

finding solace ll alex shares

It’s taken me about a month to figure out how to truly articulate what be.come means to me. Over the last few years my body has experienced a lot of change. About 1.5 years ago, I changed my method of birth control. I went from taking the “the pill” to an IUD. I had been on “the pill” since high

...Continue

my inner being ll caroline shares

Working out has always been that thing that I know I should be doing, but knowing has never been enough to get me doing it consistently. be.come has changed that for me. I feel challenged while encouraged. I feel my higher self pouring love down on me. I don’t be.come in hopes of changing my body, I be.come to feed

...Continue

energized and beautiful ll elyssa shares

I have wanted to write in for some time. And this week was just a catalyst for me. I have been becoming since the very first beta round. I was then working on my obsession with exercise and restrictive eating and it seemed you found me at the perfect time. In the 18ish months I have been be.coming my whole

...Continue

the be.come project ll the zoe report

In the opening scene of the new Hulu series Shrill Aidy Bryant’s character is cornered in a coffee shop by a personal trainer who insists “there’s a small person inside” dying to get out of Bryant. As infuriating as it is, the interaction is actually based off of Bryant’s real life and truly mirrors the day-to-day challenges many people face

...Continue

thank you, body ll cheryl shares

I’m Cheryl and a new be.come user. I’m also a mom of two young children which means life can sometimes feel chaotic, loud, messy, silly, and joyful… but I struggle to find peace, stillness, and time to connect to myself. In the past couple years, I’ve used my exercise time as my “me time”. I would banish my kids away

...Continue

body neutrality ll bethany shares

You’ve definitely heard the term “body positivity” before, but “body neutrality” may be a new one. The first time I heard the term “body neutral” was from right here at mindbodygreen! I was taking over mbg’s Instagram stories and Ray, mbg’s movement editor, suggested I use the word “neutral” over “positive” in my messaging. My immediate question was, “Why?” Why

...Continue

why do you be.come? || clients share

Last week we posed the question – why do you be.come? and here are some of the answers. I be.come… “to see myself for who I really am, not for how the world sees me” “because other workouts have made me feel like my body doesn’t belong” “to kick chronic illness’s ass!” “because I travel a ton for work, and

...Continue

new normal || anja shares

Hi be.come + community, I’ve been wanting to share my story for awhile. I joined be.come soon after the beta project launched, and I’ve been hooked ever since. Like so many others I had never been able to stick to an exercise routine for more than a few months. The be.come project was like a breath of fresh air not

...Continue