I think that’s deliberate, Adam!
At least he is trying to be flexible.
It is supposed to be an ‘aside’, not an ‘inside’.
It’s a bad sign that he’s the only one in this “class”. The things parents do for their kids…
They have much to teach each other!
Katy, before beginning you need to ascertain the physical capabilities of your student. Give him the toe touching test. (I know he won’t be able to reach past his knees but…)
Four and a half years of yoga and I was just as inflexible as at the start.
she learned from Rocket Racoon…I guess
She needs a good hug, but don’t let it go to her head.
Some people seem to be born inflexible. I am one of them. Took me 18 months of serious work, to be able to touch my toes and then I found out I have the beginnings of arthritis in my right hip, and signs also point to the start of it in my left hip, knees, feet and hands. So, no flexibility for me!!! Just “range of motion” work to keep it all stabilized. I sincerely wish people would quit drivveling on about “everybody can become flexible, lift weights, do Yoga, run marathons”, etc, ad infinitum, ad nauseam. There are people who are all too happy to walk and climb stairs without assistance!!! And if my Dr is content with my “exercise”, than so am I.
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