One of my favorite yoga poses is called “mountain.” You stand tall with a straight spine, arms down at your sides, head looking forward, eyes open, with an attitude of quiet awareness. It's a passive pose that allows you to gather focus and prepare for the more active poses to come. Sometimes, it takes a huge effort to leave the comfort of mountain pose, and move on to the challenge of, say, “warrior,” in which the arms are held taut at shoulder height and the legs are firmly planted about ...

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