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.

Monkey Madness

Thursday, March 04, 2010

Everyone was wondering what Mali was up to... She had put up a few signs saying join me for some Monkey Madness.

Rafferty went to the park and asked Sunni "What's this Monkey Madness?"

"I don't know but tit sounds like fun" replied Sunni.

They decided that they would all go and see Mali and find out what her Monkey Madness was all about. When they finally found Mali in the forest she was sitting down quietly - it didn't look like Monkey Madness to Sunni or Rafferty.

"Mali, what's this Monkey Madness" they asked together.

"I'm having a madness day here in the forest full of challenges in balance and climbing in the trees" she said.

"Humm that sounds like fun" said Rafferty.

"Perhaps we should come along" said Sunni.

So Rafferty and Sunni decided to come back to the forest the next day for the Monkey Madness.

When the arrived there were Monkeys going mad all other the place. They were balancing, swinging from their tails and chattering away. Sunni tried to copy Mali she was standing in a monkey Grip which is really rather hard, especially if you are not a monkey!

Rafferty joined in the fun and showed Mali a different pose which she tried, it was the turtle pose. Mali thought it was funny  that Rafferty was showing her a pose that really belonged to Tula.

The Monkey Madness went on for hours and afterwards Sunni and Rafferty both felt very tired and healthy.

Mali Monkeys Around

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

It was early in the morning when Mali woke up from her sleep. She had been curled up in her nest, high in the trees when she heard Rafferty crow Cock-a-doodle-doo, Cock-a-doodle-doo he crowed every day. Everyday Mali woke to the sound of Rafferty's crow. It was kind of comforting to know that he was always there, ready to wake Mali so she could enjoy her day.

Mali stretched, rolled her shoulders and yawned loudly. She took her tail and hooked it round the branch above her little nest and started swinging through the trees. Mali giggled and swung from branch to branch, she was heading to her favourite tree, the big old Mango tree on the edge of the forest. Mali loved the lush fruit and the way eating Mangos made her feel. Bursting with life and full of energy.

Arriving at the Mango tree Mali could see that there were other monkeys clambering through its branches, they were all there for a wonderfully healthy breakfast, fresh mangos. Yummy!

"Hello!!!" called Mali.

"Hello" they all cheered back.

Mali grabbed a big juicy mango and delicately ate it, licking the juice off her finger tips. She reached for another just as a mango flew past her. Her little friend Max had thrown an over ripe mango at Mali hoping to make a big mess! mali stopped reaching for the lovely ripe mango and grabbed an over ripe one and threw it back at Max as she called out "heads Max!" All of a sudden all the monkeys in the tree started to throw the over ripe fruit at each other. The squealed and cheered and soon everyone was all sticky with mango.

"Lets go get cleaned up Max" said Mali and they all flawed Mali down to the creak where they washed off the mango and made themselves clean.

"That was fun Max" said Mali "but next time you'd better watch out cause I'm ready for your Monkeying Round!" she exclaimed.

Mali and Sunni go to the farm....

Monday, September 14, 2009

Mali was hanging around in the trees on the edge of the forest looking at the beautiful day and she decided that it was too nice a day to stay home, so she clambered down out of the trees and raced across the fields that lead to the farmyard.

On the way Mali talked to Mr Sun, “Hello Mr Sun, isn't it a beautiful day?”she asked.

“Yes it is a lovely day, I plan to shine all day and blow away any pesky clouds” replied Mr Sun.

“That's great Mr Sun, cause I want to run and play all day in the sunshine with everyone at the farmyard” said Mali.

Mali could see the farmyard and the park, “perhaps I should see if Sunni wants to come too, what do you think Mr Sun?” Mali asked.

“What a wonderful idea Mali, I'm sure Sunni would like that” replied Mr Sun.

So Mali raced off into the park looking for Sunni, he soon found him and they both decided to go to the farmyard together.

When they arrived at the farmyard they could see that the farmer had been very busy ploughing the fields.

Rafferty was very pleased to see them and showed them all around the farmyard and he even gave them some farm fresh free range eggs to take home when they left.

Mali's Day at the Seaside

Friday, May 22, 2009

"Hey, you guys have started without me" exclaimed Mali as she skittered down the path to the seaside. She could see Tula and Sunni doing a seated side bend. I can do that too you know and she quickly sat down and showed Sunni and Mali how well she could do the pose.

"I learned this from teh Epona Yoga DVD" said Mali.

Just then Rafferty arrived....

The Epona Yoga poses are detailed in the Epona Yoga Adventures of Sunni, Tula, Mali and Rafferty book with complete instructions and the benefits of each pose.  Each pose is illustrated on teh Epona Yoga mat for easy reference. You can buy the mat, book and DVD online.

Mali visits Tula

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

"Hi Mali" said Mr Sun. Everyone's going to see Tula at the seaside - will you go too? he asked.

"Yes "giggled Mali" that sounds fun! Perhaps we can do some Epona yoga at the beach!" And off she raced through the forest towards the seaside....

The Epona Yoga poses are detailed in the Epona Yoga Adventures of Sunni, Tula, Mali and Rafferty book with complete instructions and the benefits of each pose.  Each pose is illustrated on teh Epona Yoga mat for easy reference. You can buy the mat, book and DVD online.