How many others are laying on the floor, In a clammy sweat, phone in hand, ready to speed dial 911?
Sometimes I exaggerate.
It did cross my mind:)
I am home from a Bikram Yoga class. I went because i had nothing planned for tonight and i want to experience the insanity that comes with a full moon. I am not disappointed!
Twenty six poses are performed in a room heated to 105 degrees with the humidity at 40%. The scripted class takes 90 minutes. No one walked out.
Interestingly i was able to practice compassion while breathing and moving in response to Mary Ellen's directions. I like the mental work as much as the rest! Teacher says, "don't follow your Heart, train your heart."
As a yoga teacher i was glad i knew to modify the poses:)
I am in limbo; very chilled and hot too. Mentally and physically fatigued. . . . .waiting to become clear as to any direction.
I am not hungry and to think i set the table for one. I do know if I were invited out , right now, i would say no thank you:) I'm good ( just laying here on the floor, sweating:)
My dog ran to the laundry room ready to be fed and now after half hour she has settled to contemplate me curiously: and eye to eye!
The good news is the studio is celebrating it's two year anniversary so a ten spot buys two weeks of unlimited classes. I am not inclined. But i am wondering how my physical body would transform by a 14 day commitment. I like to say I can do anything for two minutes... And another two and two sit ups and two minute savasana. . . You see?
Ninety minutes goes quickly when i stay present.
The question persists, " Will I return?"
Ah, yes Mirage:)