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Awkward Pigeon Pose

By Cheryl Hansen As each podFLOW 1 class winds down—just when my heart is ready to chill and I begin to feel that sense of accomplishment—it happens: half pigeon pose or sleeping pigeon. Except [...]

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What A Feeling

By Cheryl Hansen   My son turned 10 this weekend. We had a cool party planned for Saturday—rock climbing, cupcakes, friends, fun. He’d been looking forward to it for a month. I was excited, [...]

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Trading Traditions

By Cheryl Hansen   Holidays are full of traditions—from the décor and the music to the gift-giving and the meals. It all conjures up warm memories and happy feelings—or at least it does in [...]

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Eyes Wide Open

By Cheryl Hansen   I won a magazine-sponsored essay contest when I was in my late 20s. The prize, in many ways, was life changing. I was invited on a rafting trip down the Green River in [...]

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Goodnight

I went to Alaska a few years ago to observe a film crew in action as they captured riveting footage of bears and wolves. On my last night there, we were filming a mama bear and her cubs while [...]

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Face Plant

By Cheryl Hansen   My ab muscles were fired up. My fingers were spread. Both feet were off the ground for a good two seconds, maybe three if I’m counting fast. I actually did crow pose. I [...]

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Moredom

By Cheryl Hansen   My family and I trekked to Eastern Iowa last week to help my dad move into a retirement community. Dad has a smallish house where he’s lived for 16 years. He’s always been [...]

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As The Crow Flies

By Cheryl Hansen   I was both excited and anxious about the arrival of autumn and with it, a new series in my PodFlow 1 class. I’m all for change—usually—but I had a little trepidation about [...]

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One and Only

By Cheryl Hansen   I have a healthy respect for the Universe. I believe in working hard to get what you want, but sometimes you have to just stop and listen to whatever the Universe is [...]

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Autumn

By Cheryl Hansen   Summer is over. Over! Maybe it’s the child deep down inside me (or not so deep after all), but the end of summer has always had a sad undertone for me. It’s like the fun [...]

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