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  • I teach Nia, yoga and stretch! SIX group classes a week!

    Nia: Tues and Thurs at 9 am, Fri at 10:15 am

    Yoga: Tues at 10:30 am and Thurs at 6:00 pm

    Stretch: Thurs at 10:15 am

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    I am also available for private Nia / yoga / Personal Training!

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Day Sixteen Of Your Daily Ten Minute Practice

Posted by terrepruitt on February 16, 2017

The Daily 10 Minute Practice day sixteen.  Remember this is your practice so you are doing something you wanted to do.  Is your daily practice something that has results that can be seen?  Are you seeing any results?

 

5 Responses to “Day Sixteen Of Your Daily Ten Minute Practice”

  1. Yes after ten minutes of meditation I feel relaxed, happy and easy going as my friends tell me. So it is working really nice for me. Thank you so much Terre.

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  2. I did my ten minutes yesterday, I just forgot to comment. I did them before I left to teach yoga because I knew that I would be too busy when I got back. And, as suspected, I was too busy. Too busy to make a comment. I kept forgetting/getting distracted. But I did it.

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