Birthday Yoga Flow – TriYoga with Katie

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Birthday Flow TriYoga with Katie

It’s been pretty quiet around here this week. It was a busy week last weekend and this one will be too, so instead of putting pressure on myself to just get a blog post out for the sake of posting, I decided just to let silence fill this corner. I’m also thinking of taking away the workout recap posts because I just don’t feel like anyone is gaining anything from it, myself included. One thing I want to work on is revamping old content that maybe hasn’t received as much love as it deserved, updating it to be better, and re-sharing. There’s a lot of old stuff around here that will just stay the way it is but I think there are a lot of gems that I can continue to play with. That seems to be a better use of my time. So stay tuned.

I should also add if there’s something you would like to see or want to see MORE of, reach out anytime – on social media, the comments section, or via email. I’m all ears!

Anyway, this week I celebrated my 32nd birthday so today’s yoga class is a little celebration. I’d love for you to try this class (or any of my others on my channel) as a way to celebrate with me! Obviously, you can do this class to celebrate something in your life or just at any other point you want a little yoga, but today, I’m celebrating my 32nd year on this Earth. Won’t you join me?

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Disclaimer: I fully believe in the power of yoga and it’s benefits but as with any exercise, please consult your health care professional with any questions or concerns before starting an exercise program. When participating in any exercise or exercise program, there is the possibility of physical injury. The creators of this video are not liable for any injury, accident, or health impairment by participating in this video.

Birthday Yoga Flow

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  1. Eli@CoachDaddy

    It’s good to reassess what to do on our blogs. One way I try to get traction to old posts without revamping them: Use specific links to old posts when you comment on other blogs. It’s a good check-in also to see if people click your URL from comments.

    You rock.

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