‘Twas a fabulous weekend

Oh my goodness, teacher training course is so good.  Yesterday we played a game which I shall call Yoga Charades – I worked with 3 students in rotation.  I would tell one student the name of the pose that they were to guide the others to into, then tell me the name in Sanskrit.  It was so much fun – but it is a lot harder than it sounds to guide someone’s body parts around the mat when they don’t know what they are supposed to be doing.

On lunch break we played with a little partner yoga. Davin came up with the group posture,  he is very inventive.  It is an absolutely awesome shot if I do say so myself 🙂


I really like the trainees, it is really a nice group of people gathered together through a love of the practice.  It is cool to see them grow in confidence and ability.  And I’m learning a TON working with them.  Most pleasant. 🙂

The pose of the day for #healinghearts is Parsovottanasana.  I only rarely practice this pose but I think I will start to again, it is a great way for me to build knee strength and not go hypermobile.


Words can’t describe how happy I am that it is a 3 day work week. I am looking forward to a few days of nesting at home. I have been incredibly busy of late – I’m not complaining, just saying.  I haven’t been pulling my weight in chores and so I can do a little catch up. And of course I’ll definitely be able to get on my mat this week consistently, hooray.  It makes all the difference to practice asana regularly!

Time to meditate.  Hey, does anyone know anyone cool from Albuquerque?


I want to go visit my new house.

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