Danica Patrick Divulges Emotional Therapy Following Aaron Rodgers Break-Up

David Kaestle
Danica Patrick and Aaron Rodgers at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports 2018.
Danica Patrick and Aaron Rodgers at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports 2018. / Kevin Mazur/Getty Images

Former professional race car driver Danica Patrick and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers are no longer dating. After weeks of rumors and question marks around their relationship, Patrick herself has finally broken her silence through an Instagram post.

In this post, Patrick discusses her new "workout" in the wake of the break-up. One that focuses on both the body and mind.

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I’ve got me, I always have. • I started doing @theclass last week because @lilyniels has been loving it and we did a few classes together. Turns out, now I do too! It’s emotional therapy through moving the body, breath, and acknowledging what comes up. In class you put your hand on your heart and lower stomach (sacral) to reset the body between moves. ......Today I put my left hand on my stomach.... and the back of my right hand on my back, surrounding the solar plexus chakra, and all I heard was - I got you, I always have. That is the main chakra that lights up on me in life. ✨ • We all “got” ourselves WAY more than we give ourselves credit for, that was the message for me today anyway. I mean..... we got this far didn’t we friends?!!!! ?

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The two stars dated for two years and it seems like the break-up has brought Patrick to seek peace and focus on herself with this new workout. Patrick later took to Instagram to thank all her fans for the kind comments the post resulted in.

Rodgers, on the other hand, is preparing for the 2020 NFL season with the Packers. While we seemed to have finally gotten some closure from both sides on this relationship, it probably won't be the last time we hear about it.

Regardless, it's good to see that both of them seem to be in a good place.

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