That was a beautiful practice. So much gratitude that my sense of time has changed within the primary asanas. They do feel more like "seated" positions. You didn't look shaky in the eagle pose at all! But as you said, there is so much positive awareness that we are in different places, but together in spirit. I am curious to read how others felt about the final part of this practice, and also whether this new set is loved by others too.
David G- Hi David, Thank you for all your feedback. Thank you for taking the time! There are many poses that are so challenging for me....and I can be shaky. Also, keep in mind, when I am in front of the camera and pull myself together...(LOL). I treasure a long cool down and Savasana...so having 60 minutes, I am making sure to fit that in. Wishing you a wonderful weekend. Namaste, B
Christel B, Hi Christel, It is nice to know that my instructions are helpful...and, I know I share many. I used to teach in front of 20-50 students (Pre-covid), so clear instructions were so helpful as I could not adjust and physically help everyone. It is of course also a way to focus ones attention. Thank you so much for your feedback. Wishing you a wonderful weekend. Namaste, Birgitte
Marlo L Hi Marlo, So happy to hear that you enjoyed the ending...I needed it as well and throughly enjoyed the restorative aspect of the practice.....It is hard work when filming these sequences. I love it and enjoy the whole process though. Thank you for practicing with me. Namaste, Birgitte
Annette P Hi Annette...my dear sis....so happy that you took my class. I love you too and looking forward to seeing you soon. Greetings and love to you in Sweden. And, looking forward to practicing together in person. B