For me personally, my yoga has gone completely to shit. Completely. Anything I was good at before I can barely do, and the stuff I struggled with I continue to struggle. Here's my positive perspective: I try to do the setup in a completely accurate way. If, with the grace of whatever higher power is up there, I'm able to get my practice back, I'll have a good foundation. And if I continue to suck forever, at least I'll have a good foundation.
The nurse told me that her knees hurt for two weeks after training concluded. That's comforting!
In addition, many people are getting very edgy. They are either perturbed with their roommate, tired of the same food every day, or just plain tired. Others, however, are savoring every moment. They realize we are on the back end of this adventure and feel sorry that it will be over.
Me? When Higbee had her puppies, I fell in love with every one of them. I could not imagine letting them go, but when the 10th week arrived, I was ready to have my time and my dog back and so was Higbee. I feel that way about this, and really, if I've learned anything, it's to not lament change. It is what it is and it will be what it will be.
In the meantime, I need to stay a little more positive as I can see myself getting sucked into the social tension.
Here's the good news though --- FINALLY, I'm starting to perform well in posture clinic!!! Yesterday, I actually had a person tell me that I sounded like a real yoga teacher!!! That is really comforting. I knew that once I was able to get the dialogue down, I could deliver with gusto, and it's great that that moment is finally here.
Ok, gotta get a shower and prepare for this evening's posture clinic.
Love to all.