Down Dog

The interesting thing about surviving long weeks –both mentally and work-related—is that they never actually kill you. You think they will, but they don’t. Yet, they succeed in leaving you thoroughly exhausted, and with no desire –whatsoever—to create or be creative. Now, for some, this may in fact be a non-issue. Those whose responsibilities as … Continue reading Down Dog


Child’s Pose

Sit on your knees in the center of your mat. Allow your hips to gently rest on your heels. Slowly lower your upper body to meet your knees until your forehead touches your mat. Reach your arms over your head until your fingers touch the edge of your mat. Feel the muscles in your arms … Continue reading Child’s Pose