4/21/20 (9:10 AM) Hi yogi’s & yogini’s. :-) It’s time for the daily dozen. See if you can do this practice every morning. Do as many of the movements that you know. Here is the daily dozen: 1) Overhead, 2) Side stretch, 3) Forward 4) Spread leg frward bend, 5) Tree – supported or unsupported, 6) Child’s, 7) Cat, 8) Lunge, 9) Cobra, 10) Locust, 11) Child’s, 12) Reclined twist. Always finish a practice with a 5-10 min. relaxation. Meditate on “I accept myself as I am”. Make this a joyful dday, you can do it. Namaste.

4/19/20 (11:05 AM) Ahhh today can be a day of rest. Rest you say, REALLY? Yes, relax & read the paper. Or have a cup of tea & read something spiritual. Or try making a special dinner (using only what you have in the house, you might have to use substitutions, that could be challenging). Play a board game with the family (ie. Scrabble or Monopoly, or the game of Life). Read a book you bought but never got around to reading it. Whatever you choose to do today be “extremely in the moment” as Thich Nat Hahn would say. Love you all. Namaste. :-)

4/17/20 (7:28 PM) I just thought of more things to do while we are quarantined. For all those who knit or crochet you can start making Christmas gifts or gifts like hats, mittens, scarves for the homeless. Do you have an adult coloring book, get those creative minds working and color a few pictures. Ok now do a little bit of yoga like a few sun-salutations then lay on the floor for a few twists with legs at the chest or feet on the floor, wind reliever, bridge or legs up the wall. Finish with savasana & meditation. Have a nice cup of chamomile tea and get plenty of rest. May the Divine bless you, keep you safe and healthy. Namaste. :-]

4/17/20 (1:08 PM) It’s been awhile since the last posting. How are you doing with all this? It seems as though we will not be able to open for another month or so because we are not listed as essential. Sooo I wondered how many closets you have cleaned out & organized? Have you cleaned out the garage? How many board games or card games have you played? Have you gone through your Crossword or Sudoku books yet? Started or completed any jigsaw puzzles? They do help to pass the time. I started one I got for Christmas of 12 different Sloths doing Yoga poses. And finally, do you take time to do a little yoga, take walks outside? And of course I am hoping you are using this time to set up a daily meditation practice.