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Harris Finds His Feet
Harris was a very small hare, with very big feet.
He found them clumsy, and wasn’t sure what to do with them.
His Grandad taught him to hop, high into the sky. Harris copied him until he too could spring high into the air.
Then Grandad took Harris up into the mountains. ‘With your strong feet you can hop to the top of the world!’
Grandad showed Harris many marvellous things.
Then one day, a wolf came near, and Grandad taught Harris to run very fast on his very big feet.
When he did, his feet took over, but when he stopped, he found himself alone. Was he?
Hero Pose - Virasana
(with arms extended)
Take your time to breathe in and out through your nose here, filling your belly with air and releasing it.
In the mountains
Adho Mukha Svanasana
This pose can be a mountain, and serves the purpose well (rather than proper Mountain pose) when going up and down the mountain.
As Harris, place your hands well in front of you, and then hop up, feeling the transfer of your weight from your feet to your hands and back, landing on your toes. Repeat four or five times.
In the valley
Urdhva Mukva Svanasana
Begin in Down Dog. Keep your hands and feet stable, and shift your hips and chest forward, lowering toward the floor without touching it. Breathe in and come back up to Down Dog. Breathe out and move forward again. Try this a few times, breathing in and out as you go 'up and down.'
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