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February 19, 2012


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Laura Rodriguez

Thanks so much, Cooper for your comments!

Cooper Heyes

That's quite true. Those twenty to thirty minutes of yoga aren't twenty to thirty minutes of work. It's a chance for the body to stretch out and get some time to just calm down. It’s kind of like squeezing the excess water off a wet piece of cloth. In the end, it's an opportunity to release the excess stuff that weighs us down.

Laura Rodriguez

You described this so well!


Wow, never thought about this helping your knees. I like the idea of the reverse move. We are always moving forward so to lie down and bring your legs back massages and soothes the opposite way to our natural gait.
thx Laura for the tip

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