Yesterday was a great day – took Gary’s class at 10 a.m. to start things out right. Then all afternoon the students taught each other the Power Sequence in Sanskrit. I observed and helped call out names of poses when they forgot. It is challenging enough to remember the sequence when you are starting out, let alone in Sanskrit, so I think they did a GREAT job. They all sure looked physically spent at the end of the day. I didn’t join in as I needed to rest my shoulders, which are feeling mildly arthritic. Getting old blows. 🙁
That being said, this girl still has a few tricks up her sleeve. Davin had this fantastic idea, and with assistance getting into it we were able to hold it for a few seconds before I bailed out. I really had the sensation of falling on my head. Funny I can hold this on a wall for minutes. We agreed we will have to play around with this more. 🙂
I found a challenge for December!!!
Can’t believe the holidays are nearly upon us. Time seems to be passing so quickly (although I am counting down the time to when I can hang up my lab coat and bunny suit for good!). I get fairly overwhelmed when I look around the house – so much to do here in order to relocate. Wow, this is going to be crazy. I am also still very emotional about The Ashram. I am pretty torn when it comes to the studio.
Ok, another big day ahead at The Ashram. TT from 9-3, Gary’s class to take Yin to teach at 4:30. Hang out with Harlan after that (we made an agreement, I haven’t been around hardly at all this weekend). In other words, this should be a great day. But now it is time to meditate, align myself to enjoy the day to its fullest. I know I’ll be meditating with the group twice but a personal meditation is important, too.