Posts Tagged ‘poses’
Wednesday, October 19th, 2011
Road tripping from Key West to New Jersey, and back, is often an eye-opening experience. I always seem to be at some crossroad in my life, a place of growth, change, manifestation. Spending so much time in the car allows me the opportunity for contemplation, insight, self-realization. Sometimes I laugh at myself, and sometimes I cry, but I always end up feeling better, energized, excited for my destination.
One wonderful destination this trip back to the Keys was Savannah, GA. What a beautiful town. I love the European influence in the architecture and the city design. The city boasts 24 squares, beautifully lawned and oak shaded parks, within its limits. One of the many wonderful things about yoga is that you can practice anywhere, so the one morning we were there, my friend, Dore Ann, and I laid out our mats in one of those squares. We followed that up with one of the best breakfasts I’ve ever had, at Clary’s.
Just a side note, if you are ever driving past the Cape Fear Botanical Garden in Fayetteville, NC, it is worth the stop.
Back in the Keys, we took advantage again, laying out our mats on the old Bahia Honda Bridge, practicing bridge, wheel, headstand, and more, at sunset.
If you haven’t heard me say recently, “I Love the Florida Keys,” well, I do, and it sure feels good to be home.
Wednesday, April 14th, 2010
Wake up and join me for Vinyasa Yoga at the waters edge, Thursday, 8:30 am. It’s going to be windy in the morning, but the sun will be out, with temps in the 70′s. Balancing poses will be a challenge. Perhaps we will practice the wind salutation (thanks, Nancy). See you there! Namaste.