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  • v SHAKINGTHETREE
    Thank you for your comment on my blog.

    Every day, hour, minute, and second he stays sober, I'm so, so grateful. He can have all the sugary coffee he wants. :)

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    32 days ago
  • v NEUROMANTIC
    Urdhva Hastasana Upward Salute Utthita Hasta in Tadasana Mountain Pose with Arms Overhead emoticon

    this emoticon

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    and thank you for posting refugee olympic team and the archer photo i am so impressed and curious
    108 days ago

    Comment edited on: 7/5/2017 5:43:34 PM
  • v NEUROMANTIC
    here is a possibly cold and impersonal comment, but it comes in friendship: leave your body fat alone, you are probably underweight at those numbers emoticon emoticon

    oh is that recovery numbers not dieting to lose? ok
    109 days ago

    Comment edited on: 7/7/2017 12:23:37 PM
  • v NEUROMANTIC
    a yoga pullup: take the strap and hold best sun salute, but spread arms and experiment. PULL THE STRAP APART, pretend it is a bar that you must bend. the intention is like the strap sits on your head and you actually bend it down pulling your elbows to your waist. experiment with this isometric exercise. can use a band but avoid injury so do your thing. flossing too but avoid shoulder injury emoticon
    109 days ago
  • v CAROLJEAN64
    You are very perceptive about my yoga practice. For reasons I still don't clearly understand, my regular Adamantine practice brought on anxiety as opposed to any other response. After trying to ignore it, I finally had to recognize it and step away for a while. I am easing my way back with a very slow yin practice at least once a week, adding a regular asana practice periodically.
    This past late spring and early summer I completed TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation) treatment. By mid December I was off antidepressants for the first time in over 15 years. I know during the darkest days of my depression, yoga kept me alive. I think I need to figure out how to forge a new relationship with a practice that could serve me now. Hope at least some of this makes sense. Thanks for your comments and concerns. They are helping me as I work towards the practice that works with me.
    234 days ago
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