Uncategorized Jan 18, 2018


“My ego screams out that there is so much to do, but I’ve learned that staying present in anything is a practice. As often as I forget and get distracted, I must remember and simply begin again.” —Baron Baptiste, 40 Days To Personal Revolution

Come the end of January, there’s a societal tendency to fall into the trap of busy-ness. What can get impacted are the powerful intentions we set for ourselves. We see this narrative get played out in the way people talk about how new year's resolution are bound to fail. Yet, failure is a guarantee in growth, so it’s wise to expect failures on the path of new resolutions. What if, after a failure, instead of giving up our vision for our lives, we gave ourselves permission to begin again?


  1. From a standing position, come to your hands and knees.
  2. Point your toes so the tops of your feet are flat on that mat.
  3. Keep your big toes together and widen your knees to the outer edges of your mat.
  4. Shift the weight of your hips back so your butt rests on your heels.
  5. Extend your arms straight out in front of you, palms facing down.
  6. Bring your forehead to the floor, close your eyes and just rest.
    *Adaptation: Place a block under your forehead.

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