No... and yes - ! I've been at teaching yoga in various guises for about 8 years. But every class feels like new territory: the energy arising creates something unique every time. I feel my great challenge now is to tune into what is arising in my students and feel enough confidence to set aside my planning to dive into the present circumstances. (Thanks for asking!) : )
Don't you just love that about yoga? I love how you describe teaching, Kate and yes, tuning into what is arising in your students in a given moment and being willing to throw out the "plan" is a beautiful gift. Thanks for sharing!
I lost my balance several times but got up and kept trying. Falling upwards. You make it look so easy and graceful Sarah. When I began focussing on my breath and my Dristi( a point of balance) I found my stability. A good life lesson. Namaste.
Namaste, Glenford N. As a gymnast growing up, balancing postures have always come easy to me. What hasn't always come easy is finding that sense of balance of the mat. For me, that is the practice! I am happy to here that you are falling upwards ... what a beautiful thought! Have a wonderful day.