Ok, so I took a bunch of photos over the last few weeks and have time to post a few and describe this life here.
This is Eleanor doing the bow pose with Rajashree on the podium. Eleanor is a human Gumby and is a beautiful yogini. But look around, most people are not like her -- they are very "normal" in their ability to bend.
Here are my posture clinic buddies doing standing bow. Andy is a writer from London, Annie is a marketing person from Canada, I don't know about the other guy, and Summer is a lawyer from somewhere. Great people all.
Here's Jodi!!! She's so totally cool, and is always in a good mood. I often find myself practicing next to her, and she coaches me to keep going when I want to take a knee.
Last Sunday's sunset on the beach. In Mexico, there are no private beaches,
so there are always vendors selling all kinds of things in front of the hotel. This guy was selling horseback rides.
Toe pose in posture clinic. The guy in the center is a senior teacher from Bend Oregon. Very positive guy. BTW, I can't do this pose yet. I hurt my knee in this posture before I came to Acapulco, and between fear and aching knees (a description, not a complaint), this one eludes me.
Sunrise from my balcony. Great full moon, eh?
Robert and Vincent. I love these two. They couldn't be more different, and yet they are the best of buddies and roommates.
Vincent is a retired school teacher from New York City and Robert is a yogi master and a physical therapist from Amsterdam. Great people.
Here's Robert and our group a few sundays ago practicing triangle. Robert doesn't project much, so we went to the hotel's porte-cochere and Robert stood in the driveway yelling his dialogue.
That's it for now. Tonight is a barbecue on the beach and I have to run errands before then!!! Love to all.