Casa Tres Amigos
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Decided not to go to practice Tuesday morning, instead woke a 4 and started with a yin practice that evolved into some yang. It was the right decision as my physical and energy body is going through much change and it is good to scale back and let things integrate. Gwynn is back from 2 weeks at Purple valley practicing with the Darby 's from Montreal. I showed her some places that I had been and then we had a long lunch. She is in ...
Short practice today, nourishing and slow. I need to remember that I am not 25 - although I feel sometimes like it. Surprised when my body says enough! Learning to listen and take rest. The asanas are only one limb in Patanjali's yoga. The purpose is to purify, strengthen, align and create optimum health so that we can interact with the other elements of yoga. That is our relationships with others, our personal discipline, ...
Sunday morning practice with Regina, smaller class today so more adjustments. Practiced with Annike and enjoyed coffee and breakfast together afterwards. Although we are different ages and from different countries, we share similar ideas and approach to life. She is a sweet, gentle soul and it has been so nice to spend the day together learning more about each other's lives. She too feels at home here and on the way back from ...
New adventure today. I was fortunate to be given someone's appointment time with renowned bodyworker Stu. Getting here was an adventure as the taxi driver thought we were going to Purple valley another yoga retreat. The 10 minute drive was 45minutes with a few phone calls to the staff here. It is in the middle of nowhere, a gem in the midst of Goa. Always good to have a phone number with you when you ...
... as they are quite aggressive so I bite the head off of the young driver who's got his hand on our ticket. He then calms down and we do it my way. The government will take 80% of this revenue by the way, but it stops the problem of tourists being ripped off by the taxi drivers who have been known to demand excessive amounts and can be threatening.
Once we're on the move, it's the same old ...