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YOGA SEQUENCE TO FLYING PIGEON: 3 years ago I didn't even know arm balancing existed, I also couldn't even really pigeon but through patience & dedication a flying pigeon is now possible, if I could do it, so can you Warm up: SUN A & B x5 each 1. DOWNWARD DOG This is my go to for any sort of strengthening sequence as while it does make the shoulders burn it also makes you realise the importance of having a solid foundation & how it will relate to all "harder" poses 2. SQUAT If your heels…

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This would be cool using Ogham to include a meaning... (http://languagelove.blogspot.com/2011/08/ogham-celtic-tree-alphabet.html)

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from Yoga Journal

Do You Have Trouble Relaxing in Restorative Yoga?

The poses in this sequence are designed to give you the experience of being cradled and protected while providing the opportunity for deep relaxation and rejuvenation.

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By the time a foal is two months old, he should start to eat solid food. During this time, however, a foal needs to be constantly near his mother. Learn about horse training in this infographic from a horse breeder.

By the time a foal is two months old, he should start to eat solid food. During this time, however, a foal needs to be constantly near his mother. Learn about horse training in this infographic from a horse breeder.

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The best Swimming technique begins with a solid warmup - we do many types of dryland training sequences at the Race Club swim camps: http://theraceclub.com/s...

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Do You Have Trouble Relaxing in Restorative Yoga?

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