Everything is about the path and process.
It is also about the shoes you walk that path in.
you will you will
Thanks Grimmly! Even if I have to figure out quantum physics to reverse engineer the black hole that seems to be centered on my mat. Yes. Yes I will.
Happy anniversary. And best wishes for a smooth takeoff (and landing).
Wow, I'm in awe of the fact that you keep a practice diary and know how many times you've practiced in 2 years....I used to be able to do lolasana, but then I somehow lost my abdominal wall. Of course, I never even tried to do it as a vinyasa transition. Try the phone book trick - prop your hands on two phonebooks, and tear out a page every day... or five.
Happy anniversary! It's a pleasure to have you ahead of me (and a little to the left).
@ ShepQ (aka Aikidōka)Thanks! :)@ Allison. When I started practicing yoga in 06/07 I started counting classes. Was a way for me to track and keep me disciplined about going. Figured I'd do the same thing for Ashtanga. (Yes, I have data entered into excel spreadsheets.)Funny when the body does that to you. I'm assuming that on the phonebook trick, you have to be able to lift up before you start removing pages. Correct?@ Richard. Thank you! Always nice to practice near you and see a friendly face in the morning, even when being chased by a T-Rex. ;)
Portside - yeah, you have to lift up before tearing out the pages. But it's much easier to do with blocks/books under your hands, because you don't have to keep your hips and legs as lifted in relation to your pelvis to get them off the ground.
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