Celebrate the day, celebrate yourself. We'll begin slow and steady, dropping into our bodies, our joints, connecting with our thankful and celebratory heart. Then we'll step it up a bit-inviting inner heat, inner fire, readying our bodies for digestion and for taking only what we need-and loving every moment of it. We'll take our gratitude, our center, our inner fire and breathe into it, moving back into a deep seated (and deeply-seeded) yin practice. We'll go from being to doing to finding balance-a little peace in the busiest of celebratory seasons.