Put your tail up and fan it out like a peacock.
Put your throat back in your neck.
Milk your sits bones.
Think of your head as a balloon full of water. Wobble it.
Like a string of pearls, lay down your spine one vertebrae at a time
Open your collar bones. That’s right ! Make them smile.
Images like zip up or, think of an elevator that’s slowly lifted to first, second, third floors etc.
With prompts like these, how could you not have fun doing Pilates.
The white skeleton, sort of hanging, standing over there by the wall is between the reformer and the trapeze table. This guy has been getting my attention lately. Ok, OK, I’ll try to draw you. So after my session I did a quick sketch of him. (It has been determined that he is a young man.) The drawing is a bit abstract and I only sketched down to his knees. I didn’t plan very well – just started drawing. Now that my core is strong and I’m standing straight up, I’ll see if I can walk out of here and keep my good posture along with a good attitude while I get bombarded by life’s daily adventures.
This is fun! The above drawing is the first drawing I made with a new app for my iPad. I received the pencil for Christmas, charged it , and downloaded the app, Paper 53 http://www.fiftythree.com/paper Yesterday I tried out the tools. Hardly scratching the surface I came up with the above image.
David Hockney has some amazing iPad drawings in an exhibit of his work at the de Young Museum in San Francisco.
In her piece about the exhibit, Claire Cain Miller chose to show Hockney’s enlarged print, Yosemite. When standing next to this enormous print I felt like I was in the painting with the clouds hovering above me. I’ll be going back to do some research on how Hockney sketched and painted. What is evident is that Hockney did a lot of drawing.
Looking East towards Oakland- San Francisco Bay Bridge, fireworks fill the sky
During the holidays, more than 17,000 lights decorate Embarcadero Center’s four buildings
This transforms the site into a group of presents.
Every night the light on top of the Transamerica pyramid does look like a star.
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Wishing you all a happy, healthy new year
I’ll visit with you online next year. Carla