I was turned on to this by my friends at [bodyphlo] (great place if you’re looking for womens activewear of any sort – yoga, pilates, running etc.)

Anyway, while I thought this was a bit advanced, after sticking with it for a while, I eventually got it.  My #1 recommendation though it to practice on a carpet!  In the video she’s on a hard wood floor.  With the number of times I wiped out onto my face… I am definitely glad I was on a softer carpet in the beginning.

Yoga Push-Ups for Core Strength (via NewsLook)

Getting stuck transitioning back into your program can be really frustrating! Ashtanga Yoga Instructor Kino MacGregor shows you a movement that will help you learn the missing key in the upper body and the core. Soon, your body will float all the way back through the vinyasas in the Ashtanga Yoga system…

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District 140 Parents Fight Against Proposed Cell Phone Towers on School Grounds (via Tinley Park Patch)

A public hearing is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Tinley Park Village Hall. Parents in Kirby District 140 are rallying against companies’ desire to erect a cell phone tower on local school property. AT&T and Joliet-based National Wireless Ventures…

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Budding Artists To Display Creativity (via PR Newswire)

Innovative Exhibition Returns to Redford Library DETROIT, April 15, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Development Centers, a recognized leader in the field of behavioral health, has been providing comprehensive wellness programming and related services…

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Top 8 Wind Power Myths (via Solar Feeds)

The wind industry’s rapid expansion in the past few years underscores the industry’s significant potential to create jobs, spur economic activity, reduce water use, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, all while producing clean electricity. However…

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National Foundation for Celiac Awareness Adds Industry Leaders to Board of Directors (via PRWeb)

New Board Members bring variety of perspectives and expertise to national celiac disease patient advocacy organization. Ambler, PA (PRWEB) October 14, 2013 The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) has announced the addition of five new members…

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SBWire The Creative Hunger Formula: New Book Helps Women Stop the Never-Ending Cycle of Dieting-Weight Gain-Dieting in Its Tracks (via SBWire)

From psychiatrist and prolific author Dr. Pinkie Feinstein, this guidebook to emotional growth and spiritual health is a proven method for women to stop dieting, and start living. San Diego, CA — (SBWIRE) — 04/14/2014 — As many women know, their…

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SBWire Northwestern Mutual’s Mendota Heights Office Spreads Cheer to Children’s of Minnesota (via SBWire)

Companies join forces to bring joy to patients of noted Minnesota children’s hospital St. Paul, MN — (SBWIRE) — 04/15/2014 — Northwestern Mutual – Managing Partner, Tim Bohannon and his team will join with Cheeriodicals to bring cheer in the form…

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BadgerCare recipients brace for health insurance exchanges (via Journal Sentinel)

By Michael Phillis of the Journal Sentinel July 13, 2013 Madison — When a potentially fatal intestinal problem forced Bethany King into surgery in 2011, the state’s BadgerCare Plus coverage paidalmost all of the hefty bill. But next year, the small…

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Poland fan chucks TV out window after Russia goal (via AFP)

A Polish football fan was so devastated when Russia scored against Poland at Tuesday’s Euro 2012 match that he threw his television set out his third-storey window, police said Wednesday. They took the man into custody, prompting him to miss the second half of the game, when Poland scored an equaliser… Continue reading

Mental illness takes mom’s love to limits (via Journal Sentinel)

By Meg Kissinger of the Journal Sentinel July 20, 2013 Chapter 1 of 4 San Francisco — Rob Sweeney sucked on an unlit cigarette while his mother stood at the car rental counter, trying to negotiate a better deal. His legs twitched. His eyes darted…

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Medicaid, the quiet giant of health care debate (via Journal Sentinel)

By Guy Boulton of the Journal Sentinel Nov. 2, 2012 Roughly two out of three people in nursing homes in Wisconsin are dependent on Medicaid to pay for their care. They account for almost $1 billion of the $7 billion that Wisconsin and the federal government…

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