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      Downward Facing Dog(s)

      Scrunched up between these 2 trying to squeeze in a yoga sesh yesterday. So calming.-yogagirls-jpg

      (and the scratch marks you might see in the middle of the mat are from Montana. He used to love to try to nest on this the second I rolled it out...)

      And this was the day before -china-jpg
      Last edited by MontananDakota; 07-17-2017 at 03:13 PM.

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      haha that is adorable! I used to have an Australian Cattle Dog that enjoyed hogging up my yoga mat whenever I got it out.

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      LOL! Nothing more fun that Mommy on the floor and a special mat to boot.

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      That's cute.

      My little Maine Coon kitty used to do stretches with me. I usually had Thea on me or with her head or butt in my face. (made it easy to find her numerous skin/breast cancers)

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