The author has spent years exploring the possibilities available to her. Dreams and wishes have always meant something particularly deep. The fortunate have doors opened for them, the blessed allow doors to open before them. It is her firm belief that calculated risks and open minds will allow your dreams to come true. When she shared a dream that she had with her fiance one morning; and he did not seem to feel it was so far out - she jumped into action! With the memory of her dreams sitting in the back of her mind - the author approached a group of friends standing around and practicing their forms while on their lunch break. As the author approached and asked them what they were doing, they explained "Yazza." Each of the "forms" fell into place as she returned to her yoga practice years. She understood that many of us do not have the opportunity to lessen the stress of our days by any form of meditation or exercise. She felt that this and the soon-to-be-developed concepts would allow many individuals the opportunity to enjoy some of the benefits that can be gained by taking time out of their day to do something calming..and good for themselves. By breaking down individual areas of the body, these forms can be practiced at almost any location. And these forms can be ideal for people who are not fully capable of a full range of motion. This is a way to take a tiny step towards care of your mind and body.