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Yoga Camp, Day 3

The last couple of days I can best describe as demanding: we start with morning meditation, then 3+ hours of Yoga practice, interactive lectures and fine tuning our individual Yoga poses and transitions.

I started Yoga June 1, 2015 because a good friend strongly suggested that I try Yoga and since I had recently retired I thought, why not? Of course, I met Kim and Kate at the counter and I have been coming back ever since.  I find the Yoga community at Savannah Power Yoga to be an astounding group of people and the members of my teacher training class are even more astounding as I get to know them better, day by day.  We share our thoughts and problems, both on the mat and off, and watch out for each other, both on the mat and off.  Tired as we are, emotions can run high from time to time, and yet we are there for each other and keep pushing forward to learn and improve our practice.

Yesterday I flipped my dog for the first time and after class as I was going to my car to get a change of clothes I ran into a delightful member of our SPY community who asked me how I was doing at Camp and I told her about flipping my dog and with her marvelous dry humor and not skipping a beat she said “Oh, what kind of dog do you have”.

Today we start with a Power Hour and then investigate back bends, break for lunch and come back to discuss the Yoga sutras. After that, Kate has more for us, but has kept exactly what that is as a surprise.

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