To be purposeful. To have an intention, sometimes we have to take stock of our:
- areas of growth (the facilitator said – this used to be called “weaknesses”)
We went from wall-to-wall, first posting what popped up for us; then revisiting to read what others wrote. Insightful.
There was one more – a wall of “FEARS” but the word FEARS was buried by our blue post-its so … skipped the wall of fears after facing them. We want to be fearless after facing our fears in real life as well.
If you are interested in anatomy as it relates to yoga asana/poses, then you would be excited that another workshop on the topic of the knees is coming up – THIS SATURDAY given by Baxter Bell, MD & Yoga Therapist in East Bay.
Baxter has a wonderful blog and he and his colleague recently published a book entitled YOGA FOR HEALTHY AGING – a great resource:) Knees, Knees, Knees … we want to protect them when we practice and Baxter will show you the safe way.
I wish I could attend ! I would have if it were not for me being away …