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    Chair Yoga Observation

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    During the summer I attended the chair yoga class outside of KBCC. It was at 837 Union Street in Brooklyn. I was surprised at the number of people in the class. There was a wide variety of people who did chair yoga and the teachers at Park Slope Yoga sessions were very kind in letting me sit in on one of their classes. Actually, I stood in the back and observed the session, because I was late. I got lost. When I got there, the class was doing the warm up exercises. The instructors reminded the…

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    Merging Shadows Analysis

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    Characters: TOM: A man in his twenties LIESEL: A woman in her twenties OLD WOMAN: An old woman SCENE 1: TOM and LEISEL sit DCS in chairs placed back-to-back, side on to audience under spotlights one for each character. A large rectangular table is placed DSOP covered in laundry. An OLD WOMAN with a rotary telephone on a small table sits DSL in a rocking chair facing the audience, also under a spotlight. TOM also has a telephone in his hand. TOM walks on to an unlit stage, using a Zippo…

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    was there a variation in hue from horizon to opposite horizon, it was stubbornly blended, one single, dull color through and through. Oblivious to the gloom of the outdoors, a tall man with fair, curly hair reclined thoughtfully in his black office chair. His mind traipsed about aimlessly. First it found an unsettling rut, incessantly returning to the woman. On every recurrence the man’s face turned scarlet, his throat burned, and something unpleasant swelled up inside him. Furiously cramming…

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    A house is a symbol of a home and comfort. However, it’s also composes of constraining walls inside of other walls, that can become a barrier to the outside world. The short story “The Story of An Hour” by Kate Chopin, hints about Mrs. Mallard’s celebration for freedom after the news of her husband’s death, and her sudden death on seeing her husband again. Did she die because she was overjoyed or was it fear of living in bondage? Story of An Hour tells a story about a middle aged woman who…

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    Another thing you should keep in mind is an office chair isn’t the only ergonomic office feature available. Ergonomics are also incorporated in desks, filing cabinets, phones etc. All of those items combined will help you, but you still have to play a part in the health of your body which includes sitting straight, exercise, and stretch. Remain vigilante when sitting and aware of your surroundings and how your body is reacting to certain situations. Pain is an indication that something isn’t…

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    arrived at the house Mrs. Wright was just sitting in her rocking chair rocking and pleating her apron. When he asked to see John she laughed. When Mr. Hale asked why he couldn’t see John Mrs. Wright replied “Cause he’s dead” (Meyer 1387) and when he asked what he died of she replied “He died of a rope around his neck” (Meyer 1388). At this point she knows that her husband is upstairs in their bed dead but continues to sit rocking in her chair for who knows how long. Her laughing when asked where…

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    I was in the garden again. The damp soil running through my fingers. The water soaking through the knees of my jeans. I weeded around my beans, feeling the dirt under my fingernails and in the creases of my palms. My first few days here I just watched, unsure of the unspoken rules that hovered over the garden. Then, one day, I walked over to a girl. She was almost my age and tended to 2 rows of lima beans. I don’t know if it was the way not only she but her plants seemed to tremble in the wind…

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    HEALTH BENEFITS OF ROCKING CHAIRS Rocking is an activity performed while someone is swinging his body with a rocking chair or rocker. Through personal insights, medical research, health articles and other opinions offers insights into the therapeutic benefits of rocking in a rocking chair. Sitting in a rocking chair is relaxing, rejuvenating and calming all at once, and there is science to prove it. There are few health conditions that can benefit from some rocking chair therapy. 1. Dementia…

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    because he is a colored man. Even his own public defender tries to vindicate him by lowering him and calling him a “hog,” and asked “What justice would there be to take this life? Justice, gentlemen? Why, I would just as soon put a hog in the electric chair as this.” (Gains 8) The defense attorney is stating that there is not even a need to execute Jefferson since he is inferior to a human being. As a result of this unfair treatment, Jefferson loses his dignity and sense of himself as a “man,”…

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    5 Best Kneeling Chair Reviews 2017 Your health is the most important thing in your life, isn’t it? Keep this idea in mind, when you need to choose any type of furniture including a kneeling chair. More and more people choose ergonomic kneeling chairs in order to reduce negative impact of long sitting. The secret of kneeling chairs is very simple. Natural position of sitting helps your body to distribute weight between back, buttocks and knees. It helps to prevent pain in legs and back as well…

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