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H is for hugs. I am a little late to the Love Your Body party, but in yoga class this morning, I realized that much of what we do in class is all about loving ourselves. Many of the postures we do in class are somewhat modified, since we are a class full of people with chronic pain issues. Marty, our teacher, stresses that we are taking care of ourselves through the whole process, both during class, and even by making the time to be there. Beyond that, though, he will tell us, "Hug your right knee in to your chest," or "Kiss your big toes together and sink into Child's Pose."
Is this unique to yoga-for-the-infirm, or do other teachers sue the same language?