Yesterday may have dawned cloudy, cool and blustery, but the 2nd Annual Wise Chicks Chicken Coop Tour proved to be a fun, interesting, informative day, in spite of the weather. Attendance numbers are still being tallied, but I am confident … Continue reading →
It’s official. Now that the daylilies are blooming, it’s officially Summer. So, all you students: hurry up and graduate, so your teachers and professors can be done with you, already. Moms: hope you’ve sent in the registration for summer camp. … Continue reading →
Time to stretch, strengthen, lengthen and b-r-e-a-t-h-e. Time for Down Dog! C’mon. You know you wanna. Click on the link in the left sidebar, and prepare to experience the all-around, paws down, best over-all, all-around (Oops! Said that already!) yoga … Continue reading →
If you are ready to start moving ahead in your yoga journey, check out the new page, “5-Pose Home Practice”. (The link is in the left side-bar.) The short practice includes some very basic poses that will help you become accustomed to stretching your muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints in a slow, mindful manner.
As you practice these poses, remember to try to inhale and exhale through your nose; not your mouth.
Have fun with these poses.
Your questions and comments are always welcome.
The next step in your yoga journey requires that you gather the proper tools. On the “Yoga Tools” page , we have assembled a very short list of basic items that will help in your yoga practice. If interested, please click the link in the left sidebar, located under W.O.W. YOGA.
It has taken awhile (thank you for your patience), but the first page in our yoga series has been published. Each new page will be listed under “W.O.W. YOGA”, seen in the sidebar. So, if you’re interested, please click on … Continue reading →
And, I spent about an hour there. Wanted to take some photos for our Yoga pages. Which we’ve yet to launch. But, we will soon. Promise. Yes…pinky-swear. Anyway, Jo is starting a new project…Can you tell what it is? She … Continue reading →