Where did you get that Chair?

Where did you get that Chair?

On a muggy September Wednesday, Nine Pax rolled into Gumby to do some recovery stretching- here’s how it went:


  • Start out with Devotion- Seeking Wisdom (James 1:5-7)
  • Corpse Pose- (Breathe in through nose out mouth)
  • Warm up- SSH
  • Imperial Walker
  • Mountain
  • Sun salutations (X3, 2nd and 3rd OYO)
  • Slowly get into Table Top
  • Cat Cow (5 times)
  • Side Bends (5 Breaths) L/R
  • To mountain and move to chair 5 breaths
  • Prayer Chair then chair twist (right)
  • Out of twist to mountain and Sun Salutation (X2 OYO)
  • Start Salutation, Once in downward dog Left right leg as high as possible and swing through to move into Crescent Lunge (5 Breaths)
  • Move to Crescent/Warrior 1 (5 breaths)
  • Crescent/Warrior 2
  • Move to Reverse Crescent Lunge (5 breaths)
  • Move into Star Pose
  • Left Leg
  • Right Leg
  • Return to mountain, lead salutation
  • On downward dog, lift left leg and move into Crescent Pose other leg
  • Tree (Both Legs)
  • Quad Stretches
  • On your Six
  • On your six, begin with two stretches
  •  Right leg in, reach for your left (switch)
  • Both Legs stretch
  •  Butterfly- sitting tall, pushing your legs with your elbows in order to open up your hips (5 breaths)
    Mountain- Sun Salutation (twice) go into a third time lift right leg up and go into…. Dead Pigeon
    (both sides)
  • Move into Child’s Pose
  • Review Devotion
  • FIN


I’m beyond grateful for Gumby. I don’t say just say this due to the Site Q responsibilities that I have, but also because of how much of an impact it has on my recovery weekly- and especially this one. Being the first workout attended after the BRR, it was nice to take some time and slowly stretch out the legs, and get everyone.

Pretty quiet day today as we went through all of the stretches-  Either everyone was focusing on the stretches, or taking time to enjoy the sweet  playlist that was playing.


Fireman Ed did find a random chair he was using to stretch- seemed to really enjoy it (no judging over here).


Thank you all for showing up!



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