This SUNDAY – come on down and enjoy saving and fun!
We will be there too, with “mini Art” (i.e greeting cards) and maybe a few surprises!
Check it out! Hot dogs (ha ha think of the play on words too!)
Doggie massages – awhhhhh is what your pal will be thinking!
Baths WHAT is what your 4 legged will be thinking here!
Help out the 4 legged of the world and meet some groups who focus on that!
… and have some ice cream too! A winning proposition!
Week two! Birdeini and I went back to yoga this week. We really enjoyed it- the room was filled with great “vibes” and we were relaxed when we left. Eagerly awaiting next week! As usual, Birdelin was looking spiffy, here she is working on Sphinx pose. The Sphinx Pose is a relaxing pose in which you lie down and soothe your body like a sphinx. Its name means “half-cobra pose” – ” It lengthens the abdominal muscles, strengthens the spine, and firms the buttocks. It also stretches and opens the chest, lungs, and shoulders. It invigorates the body, soothes the nervous system, and is also therapeutic for fatigue…Its name in Sanskrit, “Salamba Bhujangasana” (sah-LOM-bah boo-jahn-GAHS-uh-nuh), comes from four Sanskrit words:
- “Sa” — meaning “with”
- “Alamba” — meaning “support”
- “Bhujanga” — meaning “cobra” or “serpent”
- “Asana” — meaning “pose”
The “support” refers to your forearms, which help lift your upper body in the pose. This pose is more commonly referred to as “Sphinx Pose” because the pose resembles the mythological, half-lion creatures, immortalized in ancient Egyptian statues.” – http://yoga.isport.com/yoga-guides/how-to-do-sphinx-pose-in-yoga..
Birdelini and I went to yoga for the first time in YEARS yesterday. Our legs are still a bit wobbly today, but it’s a good sore.
As you can see, Birdelini insists on being styling – I was not nearly as fancy! Click on image to see it larger .
In case you want to know: Virabhadrasana is the Sanskrit name for Warrior Pose. These beautiful but vigorous poses are named after the great hero warrior Virabhadra from Hindu mythology.
The Warrior Poses take strength, steadiness, and a fierce determination to hold them with integrity. The legs and arms need to be strong and extended (where the legs are straight), the hips flexible, the chest open and well-lifted, and the spine extended to hold these poses well.-http://www.squidoo.com/yoga-warrior-pose