In this together run, join me for a 30 or 45 minute run. We will pay attention to how we feel mentally, emotionally, and physically, reflecting, taking in our scenery, and enjoying some random conversations.
In today's run, I answer questions from Uta and Chip. Submit your questions, and I would love to answer it on another run.
Part meditation, part run, all Tina. Would love for you to join me.
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