Tula is a female and she is innocent. She likes to learn. She is light hearted fun spirited and always willing to try new things. She features on the Epona Yoga mat and in the Epona Yoga DVD in a series of poses that will help you increase the flexibility of your spine.

Tula At The Beach

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

I was sitting on the beach I could see the beautiful sun and the light shinning on the ripples of the water. It was yet another beautiful day. “Thank you Mr Sun for such a lovely day” I said.

“What are you going to do today Tula?” asked Mr Sun.

“I’m going to have a fun swim and play with all my friends here at the beach. I am looking forward to floating on my back in the shallows and blowing bubbles at the starfish who live just under the water – it tickles them” I replied.

“How do you float on your back?” asked Mr Sun

“Well I roll onto my back and tuck my legs in tight to my tummy and hold them there with my arms and I tuck my head down onto my neck – It’s called the dead bug pose but it is a good way for me to float on my shell and it helps to make me flexible too!” said Tula

“That sounds like fun Tula” said Mr Sun “I will shine down on you as you play and keep you warm”

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.

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