Mali

Mali is a cheeky girl, a good friend, and she likes to have fun. She likes to play games of hide and seek. You can see Mali on the Epona Yoga mat and in the Epona Yoga DVD in a series of poses that will help you balances blood sugar levels and the right and left hemisphere of the brain.


Hide and Seek in the Park

Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Magnificent Mali was swinging through the jungle on the vines that hung between the trees she loved to swing high in the trees it made her feel very happy to feel the breeze on her face and the little lurch in her stomach as she swung down and then up again. Mali’s friends were also swinging through the forest they all met in the middle of the forest and were having fun and laughing. They could look down and see the other animals running and having fun as well.

Mali loved to have fun in the forest with her friends and would spend every day just hanging out in the tree tops if she could but Mali knew that she needed to do more to be fit and healthy and she and her monkey friends planned to visit Sunni in the park the very next day.

It was a long walk to the park from the forest and the monkeys all chattered played on their way to the park. They were looking forward to seeing Sunni – it had been a while since they had visited and they were looking forward to playing hide and seek in the park, where it was easier to chatch each other.

Mali saw Sunni first and sung out “Hello there Sunni”.

“Hi Mali, how’s it going?” asked Sunni.

“Really good Sunni, we are here for a visit and to play hide and seek, want to join in? Bet you won’t find me” teased Mali.

“Sounds like fun, how about I start as in” said Sunni and he turned his back and started counting.

All the monkeys slinked off to find hiding spaces, one climbed Sunni’s big tree, another hid in his flower bed and when Sunni finished counting there wasn’t a Monkey to be seen.

“Coming ready or not” called Sunni.

Sunni started looking around the park for the monkeys, he guessed that they would be hard to find and he looked behind his big tree, and down behind the rocks but he couldn’t see a monkey.

He looked behind the play equipment in and around the Barbeque area but still couldn’t find any monkeys. Then as he was about to give up he heard a giggle high above him and Sunni saw Mali hanging from his tree by her tail.

“That’s not fair Mali you know I can’t climb the tree!” said Sunni.

“Can’t catch me, Can’t catch me, Can’t catch me” sang Mali. Soon all the monkeys were chanting and Sunni saw one of them in his garden bed tipped him and the game started all over again.

There are games and fun things for you and your friends to try at www.eponayoga.com






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