Jungle Cat (Balancing Table Top Pose) Extended Play
Lauren Kelly • 1m 57s
Let's stretch like a jungle cat - MEOW, it might be a little tricky at first...
This pose teaches us about our opposites, strengthening the part of our brain known as the Corpus Callosum which helps with reading and language skills. It also builds stabilizing core strength. What kind of jungle cat are you?
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