PLEASE TAKE YOUR CAT TO THE VET IF YOU SEE THEM DOING THIS BEHAVIOR OVER TIME.
It’s called “head pressing” and it occurs in dogs and cats.
Head pressing is characterized by the compulsive act of pressing the head against a wall or other object for no apparent reason. This generally indicates damage to the nervous system, which may result from a number of varying causes, including prosencephalon disease (in which the forebrain and thalamusparts of the brain are damaged), or toxic poisoning.
There are people (of course women) that are surprised that I never nutted in a girl that said she was on birth control. I don’t know how good it feel to bust in it, but I’d bet the next 18 years of my life that it ain’t worth it.
Day 4 is Upward Facing Dog pose, To participate in our April #LetsFlowTogether Yoga challenge, make sure you 1)Take a creative pic of you holding the pose of the day 2) Post using hashtag #letsflowtogether 3) Mention our trainers in your post @chrystelize @fernandoreals @jennysinert @jirodgreene and @jennyrevfit 4) Encourage your family and friends to join in with you #revfitnyc #revfityoga #peopleofcoloryoga #peoplesyoga #IGyoga #vinyasa #updog #upwardfacingdog #athleteyoga #BJJ #realmendoyoga Upward Facing Dog · From chaturanga, keeping the core engaged and the weight in the heels of the hands and fingertips, untuck the toes and allow the tops of the feet to press into the floor · Press into the edges of the hands (think suction cup hands) to straighten the arms, eyes of elbows outwardly rotating forward and shoulders stacking over wrists · Only the hands and the tops of the feet should be touching the floor · thighs are engaged and pelvis is heavy but the booty should not be clenched · Lift the gaze towards where the wall meets the ceiling · roll the shoulders up, back and down, making space away from the ears · Lift through the heart, the sternum, the middle of the chest to avoid collapsing in the lower back · know that upward facing dog should be a delicious backbend · try making funny faces, or at least SMILE, we just all flowed through a vinyasa together Regression: · if the back does not feel ready for a full upward facing dog, cobra or baby cobra is an option · lower entire front of the body to the floor, untucking the toes and resting the third eye to the mat · bring hands along side the chest, underneath the shoulders, and peel the chest up · keep the gaze on the floor but about a foot ahead of the mat · shoulders are again rolling up, down and back – still a backbend · press the navel into the earth, and press into the tops of both feet · both hands may float off of the floor Check out this video library if you need a visual. http://www.yogaglo.com/poses.php #yoga #yogaeverydamnday #yogadudes