Pachi Franco and Garland Humme Full standing Bow
The end. I taught the last class at the old studio. On to the next.
It was my best class yet. I was present, calm, and clear. My voice was strong and kept my energy up. In spite of the issues with the heat due to small classes warmed only with the furnace and plug in heaters, tonight we got sweaty.
Our charming, entertaining, Bill Clinton look-alike graced us with his presence. He was in the very first class in the studio ten years ago. He managed to make the very last class in the studio before the move.
Someone brought champagne and pretty plastic party flutes. I chilled it in the freezer with the cold towels. After class, JM and her husband showed up and we toasted in the lobby.
To ten years gone, and many more to come.
To new beginnings.
Just a yogi dancing on top of the world. ❤️ (at Machu Picchu)
My break was finally over.
This posture is massaging your ascending colon (right leg), (left leg) descending colon and your transverse colon (both legs). It is very good for your digestive system.
I’m losing it.
I love teaching. I’m getting better at it the more I try. It is a work in progress and will continue to be. I enjoy the challenge. I appreciate the shift in my perspective. It is an enlightening journey. But, as I feared, gaining this new facet of my yogic experience comes at a cost. My studio practice is paying the price. Dearly.