I think this sequence will be a trusted friend. I came back to it today after a week, and it feels reassuring and safe: perfect for an early morning when I don’t want to be challenged too much. I would quite like to do a slower version, taking a little more time in all of the postures, but now I have memorised it, I can. Thank you Rosemary, Brenda and Alana.
This feels so sweet. As familiarity is established, I feel more capacity to flow through it. The same principle is used in the Ashtanga Vinyasa practice. But sometimes in it, I felt a sort of rigid orthodoxy creep into my practice - thou shalt not do pose y until you have mastered pose x... which doesn't feel helpful to me in my practice anymore. I love this gently empowering approach.
Thank you, Rosemary Garrison. I always love your practices because of your grounded energy, but today I realized that I also love that you just "dive in," without needing a long preamble or commentary. Grateful for you!