100 Days of Headstands #31: Changi Airport Yoga

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After  a one week break from headstands while in Bangkok, and an incredibly long layover in Singapore, I was itching to go upside down. We caught a late flight from Bangkok to Singapore and spent 12 hours trying to sleep … Continued

100 Days of Headstands #30: Queen of California

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Overlooking the San Simeon valley off the California coastal road Highway 1, sprawls publishing magnate William Randolph Hearst’s grand estate, Hearst Castle. Easily mistaken for a royal castle, Hearst’s lifelong ‘project house’ of 165 rooms was intended to be a … Continued

100 Days of Headstand #27: Vegas Baby

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After bouncing around a couple of towns in interior California, we were undecided where to head next. Death Valley was out of action due to flash flooding, and we weren’t quite ready to return to the coolness of the coast. … Continued

100 Days of Headstands #26: Feeling the Cali Heat

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California has mystified me. On the coast it’s relatively cool, and the ocean mist  a daily visitor. Yet when we drive even half an hour inland, the sun shines bright and it feels like the California summer I imagined. Here … Continued

100 Days of Headstands #25: Dam Good?

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The O’Shaughnessy Dam and its accompaniment Hetch Hetchy Reservoir in Yosemite National Park sits serenely in Yosemite National Park under a cumulus of controversy, and right now, intense smoke from the wildfire blazing out of control. In the late 19th … Continued

100 Days of Headstands #23: Farewelling Yosemite

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For 7 nights, we have called Yosemite National Park and our 3 person tent ‘home’. We’ve woken to the sounds of fellow campers gathering their breakfast from the noisy bear food lockers, or the click clack of tent poles being … Continued

100 Days of Headstands #22: Underwater Love

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For this headstand I thought I’d share a little more of our beautiful location on the Merced River in Yosemite National Park. While camping in a primitive site (no showers), this was our way to cool down and get clean … Continued

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