Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Good Times

It is with great elation that my first venture teaching yoga to a room full of friends was a HUGE success. Four friends came out to get bendy with me (I was expecting three more, but I'm glad they didn't come because we were kind of packed in my living room).  We started a little late, but everything flowed really nicely.  I chose a restorative sequence, but that didn't mean we didn't sweat!  There were lots of frustrated giggles, but everyone expressed how comfortable they felt during the hour session.  I felt so relaxed myself.  There was obviously no reason for me to be anxious or scared at all.  Already I have had several more friends express an interest in attending sessions.  In fact, I have so many people wanting to come next Saturday that I'm not sure where to put everyone.  I'll have to cap it to a few and invite everyone to the following week's class when I can find a bigger space.

The rest of Saturday was relaxing, rewatching episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation on Netflix streaming. Gods I love that show!  Fortunately the boys really enjoyed it too.

Sunday we cleaned up the front yard.  I really wish I took before and after photos.  It looks so much nicer!  The remainder of the day was occupied by the boy playing video games while I flipped lazily through magazines, and then later more Star Trek.  It all made the weekend go by so quickly.

Monday, being Independence Day, was spent at Chez Malm swimming, eating, and enjoying good company. By the time evening set in I was so tired from all the water and sun that I had to call it a night early.  We didn't get to see the fireworks, but that wasn't a big deal.  We spent the evening at home, cuddling the furry babies, and watching America's Got Talent.


PS_Iloveyou said...

Yoga was amazing. I don't think I've been to a class that focused me as much as yours did. You surpassed the professional studio on your first shot! Looking forward to continuing!!

Mica said...

Awww thank you sweetie! I'm so thrilled you had a good experience!