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6 minute power yoga

I'm giving this lesson a go this week:

 
Really hoping it wakes me up for a new yoga journey.  I've had spurts of yoga appreciation over the last 10 years-took a graded class in college, have attended gym sessions with a friend, followed a random DVD program--just always studying the art of it.

I'm eager to see how a regular routine of it will enrich my days.  For me, the best case scenario of outcomes:

-better breathing to help with overall respiratory irritants
-clearer mind, renewed focus
-getting back to flexibility
-overall physical strength improvement

I just hope I do better at not analyzing my grocery list or to do items while in child's pose.  Namaste!

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