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Jessie Reyez in Two-Piece Workout Gear Does "Hot Yoga"

Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 

Jessie Reyez is going to hot yoga in her workout clothes. In a new social media post the singer shows off her fit yoga-toned figure. In the caption she makes the case that you can't have big boobs and defined abs. "Be an artist or be emotionally stable? Can't have both 🫶🏽🫠," she jokes. How does she approach diet, fitness, and self-care? Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 



"I think, like many people now post-2020, I've been focusing a lot on self-love," she told Elle. "I suffered an injury a few years ago, so since then I've been working towards getting my body back to its best."


No Weed


Jessie recently quit smoking pot. "I used to smoke a lot of weed back in the day, but for the sake of my career, I decided to stop, at least until I reached a specific goal with my music. So, I knew I needed another outlet, which ultimately led to me prioritizing my bodily wellness," she said. 



Another one of her wellness practices? She does "mantras and meditation, things that get me back into the moment," she told Elle. "Being on tour and exploring new places can be disruptive, so with each new city I wake up heavy on the gratitude; the gracias adios." "When you meditate, you may clear away the information overload that builds up every day and contributes to your stress," says the Mayo Clinic. Benefits include:

  • Gaining a new perspective on stressful situations
  • Building skills to manage your stress
  • Increasing self-awareness
  • Focusing on the present
  • Reducing negative emotions
  • Increasing imagination and creativity
  • Increasing patience and tolerance
  • Lowering resting heart rate
  • Lowering resting blood pressure
  • Improving sleep quality



Reading is another one of Jessie's healthy habits. "With touring, you're traveling a lot, so I'll usually have a book on me – right now I'm reading 'Becoming Supernatural' by Joe Dispenza, and I loved reading Eckhart Tolle's 'The Power Of Now'. I know there's a lot of people that feel like self-help books are filled with cliché and cheese but I love them, and I think re-aligning my mind along with my body is vital for my creativity," she said. One Harvard study published in Social Science & Medicine found that people who read books regularly had a 20% lower risk of dying over the next 12 years compared with people who weren't readers or who read periodicals. 



Her main form of fitness is yoga, which she makes sure to do when she is traveling. "I'll always research yoga classes in the area, get on Google and see what's out there, but in the case that I don't find anything, shout out to YouTube, because having 10-15 minutes quick flow yoga (with a towel rather than a mat because I like traveling light) is still a way I can make sure I'm looking out for myself as another form of self-love," she said. 

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