Monkey See Monkey Do

After Machu Picchu, my favorite part of my trip to Peru was feeding a wild monkey. She came right up out of the jungle and took a banana out of my hand. Then she climbed aboard our boat.

Her male counterpart was a bit more shy and would only accept tossed bananas that didn’t require him to come out of the jungle and down by the shore of the river. He always had some part of him, usually his tail, attached to a tree.

Remember, we can still move our tails (at the very bottom of our spine). We always talk about the mobility of our back, but only seem concerned about that from the neck to our low back. You can move your tailbone with your kegel. It’s not a big motion, but it does move. Try it.


About the Author:

Maggie Downie
Thank you for giving your time to stop and read my blog. I hope it encourages you to keep moving. Move and the body will be happier. And when you're moving you can hike, run, swim in Jell-O, race over non-Newtonian fluids, travel the world or build igloos--if that's your thing. If not, you can watch me do it. This is just a spot to try and feel good about life.

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