Today's practice is about creating mindfulness in relationships - in my experience that always starts with relationship to self and, today, relationship to practices. How do we respond when some days we're more flexible, and some days we're just not feeling it? Isn't it interesting how the poses don't change much, but the practice continues to be new and interesting every time? What is changing? We'll explore that in today's episode.
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