There is a fine line between pushing your body and straining the muscles—that’s what you’ve learned from yoga. At the beginning of each class your body is stiff with cold and bunched-up stress, and when you push yourself into a forward fold, your fingers strain to touch the floor. Inevitably, you have to stop before…

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Casey Guerin

Casey Guerin’s most recent work was published in the Railtown Almanac Prose Anthology. She received her MFA from Eastern Washington University, and currently lives, writes, and teaches in New York.

Carly Lyn Heath

Carly Lyn Heath holds an MFA from Chapman University. She is the founding owner of Charming Films, LLC—a film production, illustration, and design company—and writer/director of the award-winning feature length film “A Foundling” starring Cindy Chiu and Tim Chiou. She currently works as an art professor and illustrator and has recently completed a novel. Carly currently lives in Chadron, Nebraska.

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