'iYoga Life' helps make Yoga part of our regular day

Going from the 'Four Day Work Week' topic yesterday to how to integrate Yoga in our daily routine by practicing a few steps when we have a moment here and there felt like a natural.
While checking the site of 'iYoga Life' last week, the fact that they gave tips on how to practice some movements whenever we have a moment appealed to me. They call it 'Pose of the week'. I did take classes at my YMCA but have a hard time fitting it in my schedule.
It reminded me of the inclusion of yoga exercices in the book 'Creativity in Business'.
I spend a sizeable amount of time on my feet so I could use more stretching (and drinking more water). Even if these are baby steps, better than none.

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