Chiangmai Phucome Hotel
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... saying “opening, opening, opening”, developing an awareness of your intent to do any act. As you get up, you are saying “rising, rising, rising”, as you are walking to the bathroom, it’s “walking, walking, walking”, etc. etc. etc. and this goes on with everything you do the entire day. Everything is simplified to a one-word intention and you are totally focused internally for those 18 hours, or eventually, for those 20 hours. If you ...
... idea), and others. So yeah! Maybe instead of yoga places, I can look into places that help locals and underserved populations. It'd be cool to work with doctors! And you know what, maybe I'll just stay in Chiang Mai. There's just so much to do here, and I now have friends and places I like. I am sure whatever I end up doing, it'll be great :)
I Skyped with Christoffer and did a 20-minute relaxation yoga session with him! He really liked it and said he felt really relaxed! ...
... They told me I had to run and jump off the plank to make sure I could make it to the other side as I was lighter then most people there.
Honey moon: A zip line where 2 people can go together.
In Chiang Mai, we did so many amazing things from bamboo rafting to a cooking class to staying overnight in a small Thai village. All of those activities were so amazing and so much fun but, there is one activity that shone above all the rest, for me. ...
... of nursing and relationships. I have a lot of trouble being assertive, expressing my opinion in a clearly and firmly in a way that is constructive for the conversation. Almost everyone in the group agreed it is difficult for them. Many agreed that we’ve grown up learning to put others first and that putting ourselves first is selfish. While this is a good place to start, it’s also important to acknowledge my own needs, to be able ...
... and generally not disposable, so each task would likely take more time. This, coupled with the nurse-patient ratio, the high temperatures and neat, clean-kept, sweltering outfits that the nurses wear left me with nothing but ardent respect for Thai nurses. They have serious responsibilities and yet they do not complain about this. Our trauma instructor, who works on the Trauma unit, admitted that she is very busy because of ...