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Hanging around...upside down

Sunday Mornings in the city are an experience. Most New Yorkers stay safely indoors until it’s time for brunch. A few brave ones will go for a morning run or be out transporting their children who apparently do not follow the Sunday sleep in rule. 900 more words

The pros and cons of nap time

Let’s be honest, I love a good, well timed nap. Especially during the summer I get my fair amount. After two weeks of teacher training my nap today border lined on a short term coma. 116 more words

Yoga

Unusual Places to Work Out in New York City

Ever since I moved to NYC, I’ve had an insatiable addiction to trying all forms of exercise, even off-kilter ones like parkour and trapeze. Running used to be my default, but now I barely run at all, partly because I don’t find running in congested, gridlocked New York nearly as enjoyable as I did in Austin. 526 more words

NYC

Aerial Hammock Morning Exercise

Having an aerial silks hammock around the house is not only tons of fun for myself and the children alike but also great for a morning routine to add on top of your yoga.   218 more words

Aerial Silks

Aerialist at Heart

I mentioned in my previous post that I am an aerialist, specifically aerial silks-ist-er-person.  This, over the past year, has become my passion.  It all started when I was trying to find a local place to practice yoga.   272 more words

Homeschooling

I Am Not An Aerial Yoga Teacher Yet

But it is coming!

This past weekend was one of the hardest experiences I have had in quite some time.

And let me tell you, I have done many a hard things. 691 more words

2014

Who Poked The Damn Bear?!!

Lisa:

I’ve enjoyed working with you as well, and I’m sad to see you go.  Best of luck with your new (old) job.  I can see why they want you back. 876 more words

2014