Hannah Montana Star Miley Cyrus Shares Swimsuit Photo Feeling "Grateful"
Miley Cyrus is taking time for herself in her swimsuit. In a new social media post the singer indulges in self-care in a bathing suit while on a paddleboard in the ocean. "So close to heaven but so far from everyone," she wrote in the caption of the Instagram Post. "Grateful for this #Island & the abundant magic she shared with us." How does the star keep herself mentally and physically fit? Celebwell rounded up her top health habits.
Miley maintained an animal product free diet for many years. "I was vegan for a very long time and I've had to introduce fish and omegas into my life because my brain wasn't functioning properly," she said on The Joe Rogan Experience. "Now I'm so much sharper than I was and I think that I was, at one point, pretty malnutritioned," she said. "I remember going to Glastonbury [music festival] and that was a show that I loved—I loved my performance—but I was running on empty." She also added gluten back into her diet.
Miley does two hours of Ashtanga yoga daily, she told Billboard. In her latest social media post, she does yoga on a paddleboard. Why should you do yoga? "Researchers found that people who practiced yoga for at least 30 minutes once a week for at least four years, gained less weight during middle adulthood," Harvard Health says. "People who were overweight actually lost weight. Overall, those who practiced yoga had lower body mass indexes (BMIs) compared with those who did not practice yoga. Researchers attributed this to mindfulness. Mindful eating can lead to a more positive relationship with food and eating."
Miley recently told British Vogue that she adores fitness – everything from ViPR to TRX training to dance and partner work, and often has friends over to work out. "I only hang out with, like, gay men. So they come over, and we do a whole class based off of Nicki Minaj or we have a Britney series. I have a Madonna 'Vogue' series, which is doing the entire bow choreography with, like, our little weights."
Miley works with "amazing" healers, and recently "did a lot of EMDR," she told Vogue about the eye-movement, memory-linked trauma therapy she started a little over a year ago. "It's so helpful," she continued. "Essentially, you delete the physical sensations associated with these painful memories. The EMDR really helped me."
Miley is big on journaling "I make choices that I'm proud of that protect me… I put my mental and physical health before a paycheque… I freed up space for myself to be with friends and family doing what I love, which is working out, eating well, learning ways about how to enhance my life, staying dedicated to practices and protocols that are specifically designed for me," she wrote in an entry, reading it to Vogue.