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The Feng Shui Way

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THE FENG SHUI WAY!

In the world of feng shui, it's important to go with the flow...of qi, that is. How does your room rate on the vital energy scale? Play this fun game to find out.

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WHAT KIND OF SMART
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The truth is out: You're smarter than you think. According to a psychologist at Harvard University, you don't have to be a word wizard or a math maniac ot be intelligent. Take this quiz to find out how you shine.

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YOGA 101:THE BASICS

Learn all about the basics of yoga. Find out what yoga is and discover its many benefits to the body, mind and spirit!

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YOGA: CHILD'S POSE

This relaxing pose stretches the vertebra of your spine, firms your buttocks, and brings increased circulation to your head and face.

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YOGA: COBRA POSE

The cobra pose helps improve your posture while strengthening your upper back muscles and spine.

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YOGA: DOWNWARD-FACING DOG

This pose stretches your back and hamstrings and helps you develop strength in your back, arms, legs, and shoulders. It's a great pose if you spend a lot of time sitting.

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YOGA: EXPANDED LEG STRETCH

This pose is called a heart opener, because it stretches out and opens up the chest and ribcage area. It also helps release stress and tension from the neck and shoulders.

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YOGA: SEATED SPINAL TWIST

This pose is great for increasing the flexibility of your spine. If you do it often, it will also help to tone the muscles of your hips and abdomen.

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YOGA: UPWARD-FACING BOW

The upward-facing bow is an intense pose that increases strength and flexibility in the spine and back. It also helps to tone your legs and buttocks and opens the chest and ribcage.

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