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03/25/2015 - 10:42am

Cat…camel…cow.

 

No, we’re not actual animals here, but rather, yoga poses.

 

Yoga instructor Mary-Louise Burt, of Rowan, explained that this type of exercise helps restore balance to our busy lives and allows us to “turn off the chatter” in our minds, at least for a short time.

 

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